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English-Language Twitter Feed of Posts Censored from Sina Weibo Created by JMSC Scholars

English-Language Twitter Feed of Posts Censored from Sina Weibo Created by JMSC Scholars | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
WeiboTrendsPro, a Twitter feed that tweets English translations of posts that have been deleted from the Chinese social networking website Sina Weibo, has been created by three JMSC graduate students.

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The Chinese baby flushed down the toilet leaves hospital with his grandparents - Daily Mail

The Chinese baby flushed down the toilet leaves hospital with his grandparents - Daily Mail | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
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The Chinese baby flushed down the toilet leaves hospital with his grandparents
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The newborn baby rescued from a sewage pipe in China has been taken from the hospital by police and its maternal grandparents, local police said today.
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Do you pleasure yourself? Survey on masturbation goes viral

Do you pleasure yourself? Survey on masturbation goes viral | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
Tweet Email Tweet EmailA recent video interview of more than 50 college students on their masturbation and porn-viewing habits has become an online hit on Chinese social media sites. The project is launched by a study ...

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China's Food Waste May be Curbed Thanks to Social Media ...

China's Food Waste May be Curbed Thanks to Social Media ... | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
Thanks to a social media campaign that went viral on Weibo (China's version of Twitter), a new initiative to reduce China's food waste has taken off.
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China Leads Asia in VC Investments in E-Commerce; Sadly Acquisitions Are a Rare Sight [STATS]

China Leads Asia in VC Investments in E-Commerce; Sadly Acquisitions Are a Rare Sight [STATS] | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
Earlier today we looked at a report that has counted up $6.9 billion in investments among Asian e-commerce sites from 2010 to the present day. A mesmerising $4.8 billion of all that venture capital went to e-stores in China.
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As EU Investigates Huawei, is China Gearing Up to Retaliate?

As EU Investigates Huawei, is China Gearing Up to Retaliate? | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
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Like I said last week, it never seems to be good news for Huawei and ZTE, does it?
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Big Global Social Networks Are Closing In On Facebook

Big Global Social Networks Are Closing In On Facebook | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
Last year, Facebook marked a new milestone in its nine-year history. It lost users. And now, large global social networks are catching up.
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Chinese Messaging App WeChat Ropes In Parineeti Chopra And Varun Dhawan To Reach Out To The Youth | Business 2 Community

Chinese Messaging App WeChat Ropes In Parineeti Chopra And Varun Dhawan To Reach Out To The Youth | Business 2 Community | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
“If something is working don’t try to invent” is the common belief of marketers.
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Open Sesame — How the Chinese Blogosphere Views Alibaba's ...

Open Sesame — How the Chinese Blogosphere Views Alibaba's ... | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
While no one doubts that their minds are true and the potential synergy is great, in the heady, $586 million marriage of Alibaba, the owner of China's dominant e-commerce site Taobao, and Sina Weibo, China's favorite microblogging platform, ...
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The 20-Year-Old Crime That's Blowing Up on Chinese Social Media ...

The 20-Year-Old Crime That's Blowing Up on Chinese Social Media ... | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
The case has again become so blazing hot on Chinese social media that as of Saturday, the name of the victim, Zhu Ling, was censored in Weibo search results. But it's too late: The case has now been brought to the attention ...
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How Alibaba Saved Weibo and Chinese Society (Maybe)

How Alibaba Saved Weibo and Chinese Society (Maybe) | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
Jack Ma may have officially retired as Alibaba CEO, but he’s still the guy to talk to when it comes to all things Ali. This weekend at a tech event in California, Ma spoke a bit about Alibaba’s recent investment in an 18 percent share of Sina Weibo.
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China’s Top 10 Smartphone Apps for Android and iOS

China’s Top 10 Smartphone Apps for Android and iOS | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
Chinese research firm iResearch recently released its breakdown of China’s mobile market in January of 2013, and that report includes, among other interesting things, lists of the top mobile apps in China on both Android and iOS.
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Why you need social media marketing … in China

Why you need social media marketing … in China | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
You can't access Facebook in China. Twitter is unheard of. And Google … well, Google has left China, and China isn't exactly writing a Taylor Swift ex-boyfriend song about the world's largest searc...

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Leaked Images Show China’s Xiaomi is About to Launch a Smart TV

Leaked Images Show China’s Xiaomi is About to Launch a Smart TV | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
Not the Xiaomi TV – yet. This is the Android-based Xiaomi Box interface on a generic TV.
After selling over seven million Android-based smartphones in 2012, it seems that China’s Xiaomi is now looking at the big screen.
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Breaking Through the Great Chinese Social Media Firewall [INFOGRAPHIC] | Social Media Today

Breaking Through the Great Chinese Social Media Firewall [INFOGRAPHIC] | Social Media Today | Chinese social media | Scoop.it

RT @socialmedia2day: Breaking Through the Great Chinese Social Media #Firewall [INFOGRAPHIC] via @pinleague - http://t.co/jIUWMuQnK2


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International Fashion Sees Big Boost From Chinese Social Media

International Fashion Sees Big Boost From Chinese Social Media | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
Columnist Ma Mu discusses some examples of the most successful social media marketing campaigns conducted by foreign fashion labels in China.

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Gian Marco Saleri's curator insight, June 12, 2013 4:31 AM

As marketing on Weibo brand accounts and use of celebrities increasingly spreads, and as the use of WeChat expands, there is no doubt that a direct and friend-style private interactive experience between the brand and brand followers can be established. However, the problem in front of each brand is how to take advantage of the better online customer relationship management (CRM) to catch its “friend” and to keep a favorable interactive relation rather than being added to their blacklist.

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Why Don’t More Chinese Internet Companies Expand Overseas?

Why Don’t More Chinese Internet Companies Expand Overseas? | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
We’ve written a lot about Tencent’s success with WeChat, which now has 50 million overseas users, but the truth is that Chinese internet companies don’t tend to step outside the country’s borders much, and when they do, they tend not to succeed.
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WeChat Now Has 50 Million Users Outside of China

WeChat Now Has 50 Million Users Outside of China | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
Parineeti Chopra and Varun Dhawan add star power to WeChat in India.
Early last month we mentioned that WeChat, the China-made messaging app, had 40 million users outside of the country.
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Using Social Media in China: Accessing the World’s Biggest Market | Douglas magazine

Using Social Media in China: Accessing the World’s Biggest Market | Douglas magazine | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
Features > Latest Using Social Media in China: Accessing the World’s Biggest Market By Carolyn Camilleri | May 22, 2013 When Paul Salo first arri...
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Kakao Launches KakaoHome, A Social Android Launcher For Your Smartphone

Kakao Launches KakaoHome, A Social Android Launcher For Your Smartphone | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
Kakao, the maker of Korean mobile chat app, KakaoTalk, has launched KakaoHome a launcher for Android users. At first glance, it feels a little like “Facebook Home” type of application but it is not.
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China consumers more loyal, and more willing to spend on enjoyment and recreation.

China consumers more loyal, and more willing to spend on enjoyment and recreation. | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
According to Epsilon‘s China Consumer Loyalty Study in 2013: “Although the global economy growth is slowing down, the consumption power is still on the rise in China.
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Breaking: Baidu Acquires PPS Video for $370 Million, Becomes China’s Biggest Video Platform

Breaking: Baidu Acquires PPS Video for $370 Million, Becomes China’s Biggest Video Platform | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
Well, the rumors are true. Chinese search company Baidu (NASDAQ:BIDU) announced today that it has acquired PPS.tv’s streaming video service for $370 million.
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Jingdong Gets Fresh, Adds a Supermarket to its E-Commerce Offerings

Jingdong Gets Fresh, Adds a Supermarket to its E-Commerce Offerings | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
China’s Jingdong (formerly called 360Buy) is expanding yet again from its original Amazon-style offerings, this time adding a supermarket channel (see here) to its e-commerce site.
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China's internet titans: Preparing for battle | The Economist

China's internet titans: Preparing for battle | The Economist | Chinese social media | Scoop.it
But in social media it is still an also-ran—which could become a serious competitive disadvantage. More than elsewhere, shopping is a social phenomenon in China. It is not just young women who want to discuss styles and ...
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