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Launched in 2005 and now the largest online video site in China, Tudou boasts more than 100 million videos viewed daily. In April, the company raised $57 million in a new funding round, one of the biggest ever for a Chinese dot-com. Tudou is struggling with the same challenges that YouTube and other video-sharing sites face: how to turn popularity into profits. Last year, Tudou (the name means "potato" in Chinese) launched a new service, called Heidou, with higher-quality pictures and original content provided by Chinese TV broadcasters.
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