social giants have found a new foothold in China, with Facebook’s VR subsidiary Oculus and Millet working in China pushing new VR head-wearing Device . VR was once seen as the next big hit in the gaming industry, but its potential has not been shown for the past two years. The new Oculus go will run on Mi VR software and service platforms in millet, allowing Facebook to circumvent China’s internet watchdog. Oculus apps and games developers can easily launch their software in China through the Millet App Store. Facebook has very limited business in the Chinese market. It maintains an ad sales office in Beijing, and its chat apps, WhatsApp, are available in China, but its services are increasingly being disrupted.