2020 is coming to an end. As the world’s largest search engine, Google trend produced the 2020 annual search rankings in a unique way. “In this troubled year, people are constantly looking for the perception and meaning of events,” Google said. In 2020, there will be more searches beginning with why than in previous years. “. < / P > < p > they use the word “why” to link up the whole year of 2020, and use cards and videos to guide us to review all the major events in the world this year. < / P > < p > in the video, we see the impact of the new crown epidemic on people: people who are forced to stay at home are still full of creativity and use various self created entertainment activities to narrow the distance between them and their families. < / P > < p > we also see basketball superstar Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna, and we see the end of the world caused by Australian wildfire and smoke The general sky.
, among which novel coronavirus epidemic is the most difficult to ignore this year. At present, 70.71 million people have been diagnosed with the epidemic, and more than 1.58 million people have died. People are forced to stay at home or travel in masks, and the way most people work becomes different. The impact of the epidemic situation was also reflected in the expression package. The search times of mask Emoji are more than those of hugging Emoji; < / P > < p > because people can’t go far away, “sunset near me” has also become one of the hot searches, and people who can’t go far away are eager to find the surrounding environment to relax; the epidemic situation has also made profound changes in sports events around the world. In July 2020, the regular season and playoffs of the 2019-20 NBA season will start again in Orlando Disney World. NBA officials have set up a relatively safe environment called “bubble” to compete in Disney World. The number of searches for “NBA bubbles” is also more than that of the “stock market bubble”. George Perry Freud, Jr., was treated unfairly by the police and died. The incident quickly fermented and triggered anti racial discrimination activities around the world. < / P > < p > < p > “anti racism” was searched more than “how to become a millionaire,” and “how to change the world” was twice as many as “how to get back to normal life.”. < p > < p > according to WWF, the forest fire burned 19 million hectares, killing more than one billion animals. The smoke from bushfires has caused great damage to the earth’s environment. In terms of specific hot search terms, Google classifies hot search words into different types, including “movie”, “news”, “actor”, “athlete”, etc. Global Tech