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  1. News - China

    David Beckham, soccer ambassador in China, joins Sina Weibo

    Posted Jun 18th 2013, 11:51am by Vicky Feng

    ... Vicky Feng vicky.feng@scmp.com Former soccer player David Beckham has more than 400,000 followers only a day after making his official Sina Weibo debut. “Hi I am David! Welcome ... cool!” wrote one Weibo user in response. Not everyone was so friendly though. “Even this guy can be in headlines. [There are] too many fools in China,” wrote one user. Some fans asked the former ...

  2. News - China

    Watch: video of Guangzhou airport's 'most careless baggage handler'

    Posted Jun 17th 2013, 11:36am by Vicky Feng

    ... on YouTube last week by a person who said he was a foreign tourist. It was then shared on Youku, from where it was reposted by tens of thousands of Sina Weibo users. The Guangdong Airport Management ... handler was employed by an unspecified airline. “This proves the low-quality service among delivery services,”  commented one Weibo user. “Again, it was discovered by foreigners.” Perhaps ...

  3. News - China

    New filial piety law takes effect to much criticism in China

    Posted Jul 01st 2013, 11:51am by Vicky Feng

    ... authorities define ‘often’ and how would they enforce the law?” asked one Weibo user. “The intention is good, but the method is bad. It is not suitable to use laws to regulate moral issues. Morality ... to make a living in other cities,” said one Weibo user. Others thought the law reflected on Chinese people’s deteriorating morality. “Filial piety should be a natural thing. Why does ...

  4. News - China

    Alumni sign petition against appointment of Zhejiang University head

    Posted Jun 24th 2013, 12:47pm by Vicky Feng

    ... the letter. The university, in the provincial capital Hangzhou, has churned out many top Chinese scientists and politicians. The open letter was first posted on Sina Weibo by an alumni signee and shared by thousands. The reactions were mixed. “I support this. Universities are not the places for the government officials to host political shows,” a Weibo user said. “All the presidents ...

  5. News - China

    It's the police's job to beat people, Chinese official says in viral video

    Posted Jul 02nd 2013, 12:37pm by Vicky Feng

    ... are the government's thugs," a person posted on his Weibo microblog. Police violence has been justified in China in school textbooks, and training manuals tell officers that the “the police ...



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