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  1. News - China - SOCIAL MEDIA

    State media duped again by fake Time cover of Wu Renbao

    Posted Mar 20th 2013, 12:50pm by Ernest Kao

    ... news of Wu’s death on Sina Weibo along with a photo of the cover. It praised Wu for his achievements in transforming Huaxi and how he once graced a 2005 cover of Time. But as astute netizens on weibo were quick to point out, the cover was really a photoshop job of a January 2006 Time cover featuring disgraced American lobbyist Jack Abramoff with cover line “ The man who bought ...

  2. Comment - Blogs

    Building the 'Chinese dream'

    Posted Mar 25th 2013, 04:53pm by Ernest Kao

    ... are a manifestation of Xi’s dream, it would appear the dream has already been realised. One user on weibo summed it pretty well. "Bureaucrats and corrupt officials are living the dream but most ...

  3. News - China - ENTERTAINMENT

    Old-school Chinese popcorn machine baffles MythBusters but leaves netizens amused

    Posted Jan 23rd 2013, 01:49pm by Ernest Kao

    ... someone wrote on microblogging site Sina Weibo. Others, however, pointed to the hosts' plain ignorance.  “I am now fully convinced that Americans are truly stupid. We Chinese have made ... on the DiscoveryNetworks Youtube channel. Some fired-up netizens even managed to add in a bit of nationalist rhetoric. “Wearing explosion-proof gear? The US imperialists are scared silly now!” wrote one Weibo ...

  4. Comment - Blogs - INTERNET

    How much can happen in a Chinese internet minute?

    Posted Jun 11th 2013, 04:35pm by Ernest Kao

    ... posts to be published onto Sina Weibo, the country’s equivalent to Twitter. That’s a pretty astounding figure considering 100,000 new tweets are transmitted across the world in the same amount ...

  5. Comment - Blogs - RUBBER DUCK

    Mystery of the deflated Rubber Duck: were cigarette butts to blame?

    Posted May 16th 2013, 11:28am by Ernest Kao

    ... Television (CCTV) even took to its official Sina Weibo account to clear up the rumours  on Thursday. “There have been rumours that Hong Kong’s big yellow duck was ‘burned to death’ by tourists from ...

  6. Comment - Blogs - SOCIAL MEDIA

    Plane will not wait for you to buy cigarettes, says flight attendant to policewoman

    Posted May 08th 2013, 01:30pm by Ernest Kao

    ... abuse these days that rumours of a Hong Kong flight attendant rejecting demands from a uniformed military police officer became an instant hit on weibo. The officer wanted to delay take-off so she could go out and buy cigarettes for her boss. A photo of the People’s Armed Police officer being “confronted” by security began spreading on Sina Weibo earlier this week and eventually ...

  7. News - China - Shanghai

    Migrant worker's family savings rain down on Shanghai pedestrians

    Posted Feb 04th 2013, 03:33pm by Ernest Kao

    ... no longer have a conscience?" wrote one netizen on Sina Weibo. "People in urban metropoles like Shanghai have no morals. All they care about is money," another said. Another said: "The government never treats migrant workers with respect. This is what happens in cities like Shanghai." The story, first shared by weibo user Xuankejiong, has been forwarded 112,000 ...

  8. Comment - Blogs - SOCIAL MEDIA

    Video: Hongkonger in Shenzhen accused of taking 'upskirt' video

    Posted Jan 03rd 2013, 01:09pm by Ernest Kao

    ... to be a man from Hong Kong secretly filming under the skirt of a woman on a busy Shenzhen street, has been circulating on microblogging site Sina Weibo. The minute-long clip, filmed ... irony", one user commented on weibo. Some sceptical netizens, however, asked why the supposed "heroes" didn’t just call the police in the first place. ...

  9. News - China

    Web campaign shows Chinese riches don't trickle down to shabby villages

    Posted Dec 18th 2012, 12:00pm by Ernest Kao

    ... To expose this stark contrast, Xue has come up with an ingenious and cost-effective public awareness campaign via social media platform Sina Weibo, China’s most popular microblogging service. “I ask you all to upload to Sina Weibo photos of government offices in these poverty-stricken counties alongside photos of local schools and farmers’ houses. We want to know how our taxpayer money ...

  10. News - China

    Beijing hospital staff grilled over private use of ambulance sirens

    Posted Dec 31st 2012, 12:07pm by Ernest Kao

    ... a photo of the ambulance as it returned to the hospital and reported the incident on his Sina Weibo  account @BG2RHY. “I frequently see ambulances from the Haidian hospital parking lot drive over ... to ambulances?” has been trending on weibo, racking up more than 7.8 million mentions and  more than 3,300 shares. “So even doctors lack ethics and discipline now...this is sad,” wrote one user on weibo ...




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