Link to Grass-roots govts catching Weibo bug

Grass-roots govts catching Weibo bug

The numbers of grass-roots government officials, departments and agencies that have opened official Weibo accounts have more than doubled over the last year making the phenomena the most significant change in the social networking scene, according to a report released Monday by sina.com and the...

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Reporter says ‘5 more sex tapes’ in hand

An independent investigative reporter sought help from police on Sunday after he received threats for his exposure of a video featuring a senior Chongqing official having sex with a young woman. Zhu Ruifeng, a reporter with counter-corruption website jdwsy.com, told the Global Times Sunday that...

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Are micro blogs a blessing or a curse?

  Just a couple of years ago, few Chinese in the then anonymous cyberspace would use their real names when circulating a petition or exposing wrongdoings. Once I checked well-known online campaigns promoting various social causes such as the rights of marginal groups and fighting...

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Illegal Use and Parking of Gov’t Cars Exposed on Weibo

A photo of an illegally parked government car posted on Weibo. [Photo: Dongfang Daily] Since a young man in Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province created a Weibo exposure platform for illegal use and parking of government cars in the city in July, photos of 53 government cars...

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Girl splitting legs invites countless challengers

A college student studying dancing practice a set of difficult gestures of splitting legs in her dorm. After posting her photos on her Weibo, many people post their own photos challenging her performance as follows.    

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Citizen Journalism: Popular Photos Widely Spread on Weibo

1. An orphan drew a picture of her imaginary mother around her little body when sleeping.

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Chinese netizens like silly&cute style: Meng

Meng, defined as ‘cute, enabling people to feel warm and interesting’ by baidu encyclopedia (China’s wikipedia) is a popular word in China’s cyber space. Many netizens fancy ‘meng’ facial expressions, ‘meng‘ cubs and ‘meng‘ pictures online. Chinese twitter, weibo, is a gather place of ‘meng’...

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Stand Up Right, Don’t Kneel Down–Weekly Weibo Selection

1. Stand Straight, don’t kneel down—-a political comic raising the awareness of many people.    

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Dragon kid with a stressed out expression, popular on weibo now

Xi xi was born in the Chinese Dragon Year. Now he’s less than 1 year old. This cute kid was born as a skinny baby but now has grown up to a quite strong and naughty baby. He has become very interested in food and everytime...

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New Weekly Jokes from Microblogs translated

  are you my panda father? what a powerful post!

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