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    Infographic: Who's who in China's new cabinet

    Posted Mar 18th 2013, 01:13pm by SCMP Graphics

    ... SCMP Graphics Premier Li Keqiang's team Premier Li Keqiang's team is expected to focus on narrowing the income gap, shifting a heavily investment-reliant economy to a more consumption-based one, as well as taming property prices. ...

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    China may only have 18,000 active Twitter users: infographic

    Posted Jan 03rd 2013, 04:20pm

    ... published by an anonymous mainland programmer on Thursday morning, shows for the first time a part of the Twittersphere behind China’s Great Firewall. The infographic shows that among about 76,000 ... and 4,558, respectively. The mainland programmer, who identifies himself as @ooof on Twitter, said the data he used to create the infographic was from another website, twiyia.com, which has ...

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    Alizila crunched the numbers on China's online shoppers

    Posted Feb 28th 2013, 12:12pm by John Kennedy

    ... John Kennedy Alibaba the B2B e-commerce company has its own news service, Alizila, which has pulled together quite a lot of data on Chinese online shoppers and packed it neatly into this long and colourful infographic, "China's Internet is a Giant Shopping Mall": It's well known that the spending power of China's rising middle class is changing ...

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    The myth of Chinese social media user numbers

    Posted Jan 18th 2013, 03:47pm by Ivan Zhai

    ... We Are Social, a global conversation agency, published stunning infographics on Thursday, in which it said “there are at least 597 million active Social Media users in China” and, as the infographics below show, “597 million” is in fact the number of Tencent’s Qzone active users. (Wait a minute, Qzone has more users than the whole China internet users? This could only be possible ...

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    China news round-up: China to 'deepen anti-Dalai Lama struggle', US-China summit begins

    Posted Jul 10th 2013, 07:12am by Patrick Boehler

    ... Reuters Infographic: China tablet and phone demand. Economic Observer Chinese outsourcing services firms are fleeing the US stock market. Foreign affairs Foreign Policy State Councillor Yang ...

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    Digest: International or local, what kind of news do you like the most?

    Posted Sep 27th 2012, 03:00pm by Ivan Zhai

    ... Of Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]- Mediabistro   #DigitalChina-- China Social Sharing Report For H1 2012- @chinainternet  -- The number of Chinese Weibo user reaches 327 million, the increase might slow ...

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    Digest: More experiment needed for multiplatform strategy

    Posted Sep 11th 2012, 02:52pm by Ivan Zhai

    ... #SocialMedia-- Twitter Beats Facebook in US Mobile Ad Revenues This Year  -- INFOGRAPHIC: Breaking Down Romney’s And Obama’s Facebook Fans #Tools/Guides/Resources-- MediaShift. How to Live-Blog as a Team ...

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    China news round-up: Weibos censor reports on HK rallies, Xinjiang separatists fight in Syria

    Posted Jul 02nd 2013, 07:41am by Patrick Boehler

    ... organisers exaggerate attendance figures to secure US funding. Apple Daily* Infographic: past attendance figures. Politics Ming Pao* China's military police has 70,000 troops stationed ...

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    Do Hong Kong people really care about what CY said?

    Posted Jan 17th 2013, 01:03pm by Ivan Zhai

    ... Weibo, a Chinese Twitter-style site, according to a 24-hour summary conducted by media research firm Meltwater Group. You can check the infographics below for youself. Among all of the figures, ...

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    China news round-up: State media react to Xinjiang riots, Manila blasts 'military buildup'

    Posted Jul 01st 2013, 07:57am by Patrick Boehler

    ... are a group of “low age, low education level and low income," according to a Chinese Academy of Social Sciences study. The Atlantic Info-graphic: Chinese once-marginalized "diaosi" have ...




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