China has more than 111 million Internet users, second most in the world and growing quickly, states today’s New York Times article discussing Google’s presence there. Google’s chief executive Eric E. Schmidt says he "expected the country to become one of Google’s most important markets, even though China, as yet, accounts for a small slice of the company’s revenues. But Mr. Schmidt said the same was initially true when Google entered other international markets, including Europe, where revenues have jumped sharply as users have become more familiar and comfortable with the company’s services." Learn more about Google’s intentions to stick with China even under censorship contraints. What is interesting from an ACS perspective is the large number of Chinese who will be able to learn about cancer from the cancer.org web site.