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  1. Business - Companies - E-COMMERCE

    Weibo: Jingdong's Liu comes home, Sina Weibo loses lustre

    Posted Dec 16th 2013, 12:23pm by Doug Young

    ... that Sina's (Nasdaq: SINA) Weibo microblogging service may be past its peak and losing its lustre. I've also noticed this trend, which spotlights how China's Internet seems much more ... Liu's homecoming, let's turn quickly to a couple of posts discussing the fading popularity of Sina Weibo, one from a mid-level executive at UnionPay and the other from the CEO of online ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/companies/article/1381811/weibo-jingdongs-liu-comes-home-sina-weibo-loses-lustre
  2. Comment - Blogs

    Weibo: Xiaomi's gaffe, Baidu's crawl to Brazil

    Posted Jul 21st 2014, 03:01pm by Doug Young

    ... Doug Young Smartphone maker Xiaomi's co-founder Lei Jun is a marketing master, but his lightweight status as a technology expert landed him in the middle of an embarrassing gaffe in the microblogging realm over the past week. I normally would sympath ...

    http://www.scmp.com/comment/blogs/article/1556970/weibo-xiaomis-gaffe-baidus-crawl-brazil
  3. Business - China Business - MR. SHANGKONG

    Beijing's Weibo ban hits close to home

    Posted Jul 07th 2014, 05:26am by George Chen

    ... George Chen george.chen@scmp.com Suspension of accounts after the July 1 protest a worrying sign of threat to innovation, freedom Beijing's Weibo ban hits close to home Hong Kong is apparently becoming the next Tibet or Xinjiang on Sina Weibo, China's answer to Twitter, in terms of the level of political sensitivity these days. Politics and business can never be completely ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/china-business/article/1548206/beijings-weibo-ban-hits-close-home
  4. News - China Insider - WORLD CUP

    Chinese soccer fans- mostly young and female- posted 2 billion World Cup messages on Weibo

    Posted Jul 16th 2014, 06:25pm by James Griffiths

    ... James Griffiths james.griffiths@scmp.com As we reported last week, users of China’s most popular microblogging service, Weibo, went head over heels for the World Cup, despite the majority of the games being broadcast incredibly early in the morning in Beijing. Sina has released some official statistics showing just how popular the World Cup was among Weibo users. From June 12 to July ...

    http://www.scmp.com/news/china/article/1555377/mostly-young-and-female-soccer-fans-post-2-billion-world-cup-tweets-weibo
  5. Business - China Business - MARKETS

    Sina's Weibo files papers to raise US$500m in IPO in US

    Posted Mar 15th 2014, 10:58am by Reuters

    ... Reuters in San Francisco Move will allow popular Chinese-language social network to spin off from Internet giant Sina Weibo turns to US to raise US$500m in IPO Twitter-like microblog service Weibo has filed to raise US$500 million via a US initial public offering, as Chinese companies flock to the American market in record numbers to take advantage of soaring valuations. ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/companies/article/1449214/weibo-chinas-twitter-files-ipo-us
  6. News - China Insider - 2014 World Cup

    These charts show how China's Weibo has gone mad for the World Cup

    Posted Jul 11th 2014, 05:59pm by James Griffiths

    ... James Griffiths Users of China’s most popular microblogging service, Sina Weibo, have definitely got World Cup fever. The world’s most widely viewed sporting event has been a hot topic ... national teams, England and Germany, had official Weibo accounts, according to social media marketing firm Mailman. Offline, football fans have been driving a booming market in forged sick notes so ...

    http://www.scmp.com/news/china-insider/article/1552073/these-charts-show-how-weibo-has-gone-mad-world-cup
  7. Business - Companies

    Weibo: Execs wax nostalgic, Xiaomi eyes VNO license

    Posted Jul 14th 2014, 11:32am by Doug Young

    ... Doug Young Chinese tech executives were waxing nostalgic on their microblogs this past week, reflecting a broader seasonal business slowdown as we head into the quiet summer months when many people go on vacation. The flurry of memories from top executive ...

    http://www.scmp.com/business/companies/article/1553913/weibo-execs-wax-nostalgic-xiaomi-eyes-vno-license
  8. News - China - SOCIAL MEDIA

    Secretive world of the young, low-paid Weibo censors is revealed

    Posted Sep 12th 2013, 12:07pm by Reuters

    ... Reuters Young, mostly male and stressed-out- Sina's squads of monitors don't last long in the job Weibo censors gripe over boredom and low wages In a modern office building on the outskirts of the Chinese city of Tianjin, rows of censors stare at computer screens. Their mission: delete any post on Sina Weibo, China’s version of Twitter, deemed offensive or politically ...

    http://www.scmp.com/news/china/article/1308745/secretive-world-young-low-paid-weibo-censors-revealed
  9. News - China

    Food vendors using Weibo and WeChat warned 'you will be held responsible for food safety'

    Posted Jul 03rd 2014, 06:19pm by LAURA ZHOU

    ... products via personal Weibo and WeChat accounts will be held responsible under food safety legislation, lawmakers have warned. This is despite the fact such social media apps are not considered ... of the Food Safety Law. The new legislation promises tougher rules on food production, sales and regulation. “Weibo and WeChat cannot be treated as trading platforms,” Chen Xu, deputy director ...

    http://www.scmp.com/news/china/article/1545679/food-vendors-using-weibo-and-wechat-warned-you-will-be-held-responsible
  10. News - China Insider - CENSORSHIP

    Weibo more heavily censored during Hong Kong's July 1 march than on Tiananmen anniversary

    Posted Jul 03rd 2014, 05:05pm by Chris Luo

    ... Chris Luo chris.luo@scmp.com China’s government censored Weibo, the nation’s biggest microblog platform, more on July 1, when record numbers of Hong Kong residents joined the pro-democracy march, than it did on June 4, the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown. An average of over 70 out of every 10,000 Weibo posts made on the anniversary of Hong Kong’s handover were deleted ...

    http://www.scmp.com/news/china-insider/article/1545652/chinas-government-pursues-more-censorship-july-1-it-did-june-4

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