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China: Loyal dog waits for more than 80 days on road where owner died in car accident

Footage of the dog has been viewed more than 1.4 million times on Chinese social media site Sina Weibo
Credit: Independent - Published

Sina Weibo deletes embassy posts, says report

US mission most heavily censored as Beijing steps up online crackdown
Credit: FT.com - Published

China's Twitter equivalent Sina Weibo reverses gay content censorship


Credit: Telegraph.co.uk - Published

China's Sina Weibo backtracks from gay content ban after outrage

china's sina weibo backtracks from gay content ban after outrage
The Chinese social media giant reverses a ban on gay content after a wave of defiant protests.
Credit: BBC News - Published Also reported by •Reuters

#IAmGay is trending in China as Weibo removes gay and violent content

China’s social media site Sina Weibo is removing gay and violent content during a three-month clean-up campaign. The platform announced the news on Friday (April 13) on its official administrator’s..
Credit: PinkNews - Published

Weibo to ban gay, violent content from platform

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's Sina Weibo will remove gay and violent content, including pictures, cartoons and text posts, during a three-month clean-up campaign, the microblogging platform said.
Credit: Reuters - Published

Man United most popular club online in China as Martial tops Prem players

man united most popular club online in china as martial tops prem players
Manchester United may trail title rivals Manchester City in England, but at least in China they continue to reign supreme. Named the richest football club in the world last week, United have..
Credit: City A.M. - Published

China's Weibo social media site suspends portals after reprimand

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Sina Weibo was ordered to move several portals offline for a week after spreading obscene and wrongly oriented content, the internet watchdog said.
Credit: Reuters - Published

The rise of young Asia: how millennials are transforming a region

the rise of young asia: how millennials are transforming a region
There seems to be a growing view that Asia has a problem with ageing. It is certainly true that maturing populations will soon be putting pressure on workforces in countries like China, Korea and..
Credit: City A.M. - Published

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