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How to be a bad Chinese social media troll



As the media industry begins to grow and evolve, we are seeing an increasing number of Chinese social networks, both private and public, taking their share of the spotlight.

Some of the Chinese social platforms that we are currently seeing a rise in popularity include: Sina Weibo, a popular Chinese social network, has more than 10 million users.

It has a massive user base and is used by over 3 billion people in the world.

It is also home to the infamous “fake news” story, “China has a new generation of ‘fake news’ sites”.

The story claims that the Chinese government is working to turn China into a communist dictatorship.

While Sina Weiqi has its own censorship policy, its users are free to post whatever they want and do whatever they wish on its platform.

But in its own words, “we do not censor.

We do not stop you from saying what you want”. 

The Chinese government’s official account on Weibo has been cracking down on certain “unacceptable” posts.

It’s been banning posts like this one that say “China’s Communist Party is a communist regime”.

In the past, Sina Weixin was also notorious for the posting of videos of police beating a black man, which was removed. 

Sina Weibo’s crackdown on certain content was one of the reasons why some Chinese Twitter users began to complain to us about Chinese government censorship. 

In the end, it looks like Sina Weiqui’s censorship policy is not quite as aggressive as some people feared.

However, Sina’s decision to not allow the posting on their platform of videos with the words “Chinese Communist Party” in the title is still a very bad sign.

As an example of Sina Weibos censorship policies, we can look at the post this morning: “Chinese Communists” video: https://twitter.com/simon_j_jr/status/735205818170178240?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw&ref_url=http%3A%2F%2FMovies.com%2FPmovies.tv%2FNmovies_tv%252FSina%252DWeibo%252Fr%252FPomovies%252FTime%252FX%252FOl%252FGttps://twitter, Sina,Weibo,China,Sina,weibo,china,China.

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