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BBC News India uses WhatsApp, WeChat for election coverage

Social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter have played a significant role in election news.

But for India’s presidential election, now underway, BBC News India is delivering its news on two less-traditional social media apps: WhatsApp and WeChat. 191 more words

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Pao Pao seeks insights from Line 21 coordinator

Pao Pao, an internet news platform supported by Greatfire.org, RNW, Hong Kong Independent Media and the China Digital Times among others, has sought insights from Nicholas Dynon about the use of the term “terrorism” in reportage on violent incidents in China. 13 more words

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Emotional Outcry, Or Irrational Behaviour?

Lately I’ve been actively tracking updates on the search operation of the missing MH370. First of all let me express my deepest condolence to the victims’ families and friends, and may the victims rest in peace. 696 more words

Jenny Kwan in the Chinese Media

I’m curious how the Chinese newspapers are reporting on Jenny Kwan and the Portland Hotel Society (PHS) scandal, so I translate an article from the well-known… 670 more words

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The most hated organization in China

“They are the most hated organization in China.”- A quote from my Chinese manager. 

 You would think I was talking about the government.

 There is rumor that every hour a new movie theatre is being built in China. 504 more words

Terror Attacks or a Desperate Cry ?

By: Ren Boxiang

On 1st March 2014, eight terrorists attack the Chinese city of Kunming, Yunnan province, and left 29 civilians dead with more than 140 others injured, this was known as 3.01 Massacre. 414 more words

MH370: Chinese media blame Malaysia but were they expecting an attack?

The blame game has started but it has started much too early.

For the Chinese media, blame is already clear. It is either Malaysia (if terrorism) or Malaysia Airlines (if aircraft fault) to blame. 843 more words

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