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When two QQ (instant messaging) companies, Tencent and 360, launched a bitter business dispute, Tencent wrote a letter to its users stating the company had made a "tough decision" to stop operating its software on computers running 360 software. Netizens immediately seized on the phrase "tough decision" to mock the company's insincerity. Read more from [http://www.chinasmack.com/2010/stories/tencent-stops-qq-service-on-computers-with-360-chinese-netizen-reactions.html chinaSMACK], including a translation of Tencent's original letter.
 
When two QQ (instant messaging) companies, Tencent and 360, launched a bitter business dispute, Tencent wrote a letter to its users stating the company had made a "tough decision" to stop operating its software on computers running 360 software. Netizens immediately seized on the phrase "tough decision" to mock the company's insincerity. Read more from [http://www.chinasmack.com/2010/stories/tencent-stops-qq-service-on-computers-with-360-chinese-netizen-reactions.html chinaSMACK], including a translation of Tencent's original letter.
  
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Latest revision as of 22:04, 15 March 2016

When two QQ (instant messaging) companies, Tencent and 360, launched a bitter business dispute, Tencent wrote a letter to its users stating the company had made a "tough decision" to stop operating its software on computers running 360 software. Netizens immediately seized on the phrase "tough decision" to mock the company's insincerity. Read more from chinaSMACK, including a translation of Tencent's original letter.