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Sina Weibo: Chinese microblogging website
Sina Weibo (新浪微博) is a Chinese microblogging (weibo) website. Launched by Sina Corporation on August 14, 2009, it is one of the biggest social media platforms in China, with over 445 million monthly active users as of Q3 2018. The platform has been a huge financial success, with surging stocks, lucrative advertising sales and high revenue and total earnings per quarter. At the start of 2018, it surpassed the US$30 billion market valuation mark for the first time.


China's Beijing suspends most bus services to Hebei to curb virus spread

China's Beijing Public Transport Group said it will suspend the majority of bus services into neighboring Hebei province starting on Tuesday to contain the spread of coronavirus, according to a..
Reuters - Published

Beijing to postpone reopening of city's kindergartens, schools, universities: state media

China's capital Beijing will delay reopening the city's kindergartens, schools and universities, state-owned China National Radio (CNR) said on its official page on the microblogging website Weibo on..
Reuters - Published

Videos for Sina Weibo

Arsenal footballer Mesut Ozil 'misled' over Uighurs, says China [Video]Arsenal footballer Mesut Ozil 'misled' over Uighurs, says China

The German footballer of Turkish descent weighed in on China's treatment of Muslims. On Weibo, fans in China were seen burning or cutting up Arsenal shirts featuring his name.View on euronews

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 02:45Published

Sinkhole causes chaos in Xiamen [Video]Sinkhole causes chaos in Xiamen

A massive sinkhole swallowed up several cars and part of a busy road intersection in Xiamen, China.

Credit: Reuters - 3D Animations (Next Me     Duration: 01:14Published


Brand USA recruits Chinese pop star to bring back tourists

Chinese pop star Jane Zhang will front Brand USA's biggest ever campaign on the Weibo social network next month as the part-public body strives to turn around a drop in Chinese tourists during an..
Reuters - Published

Liu Yifei: Mulan boycott urged after star backs HK police

Actress Liu Yifei reposted a comment supporting Hong Kong's police on social media platform Weibo.
BBC News - Published

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