Do you have what it takes to be an ‘internet supervisor’ in China? – Zat Liu

From Shanghaiist (link):

OK now, if you are over 18 years old, you have high school education, you have used internet for more than three years, you know internet pretty well — sounds like us … we’re getting excited! — you think you can accurately express your opinions, and most importantly, you care about establishing a “civilized internet”, you are qualified be an internet supervisor, at least according to Beijing Association of Online Media (BAOM) — first time we’ve heard about this group — in this Sohu report.


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