Viola Zhou

Viola is a multimedia producer at Inkstone. Prior to that, she wrote about Chinese politics for the South China Morning Post. She has also interned at Reuters and covered Hong Kong's democracy protests.
Viola Zhou
Viola is a multimedia producer at Inkstone. Prior to that, she wrote about Chinese politics for the South China Morning Post. She has also interned at Reuters and covered Hong Kong's democracy protests.

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Why some of Tencent’s WeChat users are feeling locked out of an online life

Although Chinese internet users live closely alongside censorship some have found it hard to cope as the state’s internet clampdown gets more intrusive and personal.

27 Jul 2018 - 9:50AM
Why some of Tencent’s WeChat users are feeling locked out of an online life

Although Chinese internet users live closely alongside censorship some have found it hard to cope as the state’s internet clampdown gets more intrusive and personal.

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