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Number of Government Weibo Accounts Soars

According to the “2012 Government Microblog Evaluation Report” [zh], the Chinese state drastically increased its use of microblogging platforms to interact with the public last year. Caixin summarizes the government...

Can Microblogs Change China's Rulers?

BBC looks at the power of microblogs in China in light of the recent high-speed rail crash in Wenzhou: In a country where free speech is severely limited, microblogs – and the internet in general – have become an...

On Xinjiang’s New “Media Savvy” Boss

China Media Project translates an article from Shijiazhuang Daily about Zhang Chunxian (张春贤), who has recently been slated to replace Wang Lequan as Party Secretary of Xinjiang. Zhang has been called the “Internet...

About China’s e-government project

From CDN blogroll this post on The Internet in Asia came to my notice. It is interesting that the People’s Daily is now reporting China’s e-government project with the
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