Tencent removed and reprogrammed two chatbots named BabyQ and XiaoBing from the company’s QQ...
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At China Change, 26-year-old blogger and former editor at qq.com Zhang Jialong explains why he...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 15, 2012
At Tea Leaf Nation, Natalie Thomas points to signs that netizens are growing disillusioned with social media as a force for social and political change, as apparent victories turn out to be hollow and numbness sets in. While...
by Xiao Qiang | Feb 10, 2010
Francois Bougon reports for AFP: The 384 million people now online in China, where the need to build connections (guanxi) has always been vital, have fostered an explosion in web networking, led by instant messaging and...
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From Beijing Youth Daily, via Chinese E-Govenmence Net: (translated by CDT) Starting today, when netizens visit all the main portals of Shenzhen city, Guangdong, they will see two cartoon figures “Jingjing” and...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 18, 2005
Nanfang Zhoumo (Southern Weekend), one of China’s most popular newspapers and part of the independent-minded Southern Daily Group, has published a lengthy report on government efforts to censor the Internet. [UPDATE: ESWN...
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