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Chinese Government to Tourists: Don't Pick Your Nose or Pee in the Pool - Posted October 4, 2013
The Chinese government doesn't just want to present its own best face to tourists; it also wants its tourists to present their best faces to the rest of the world. This Wednesday the China National Tourism Administration ... [FishbowlDC]

China's 'Black PR' Industry Uses Social Media Influencers to Spread False Gossip - Posted August 27, 2013
It seems that even the notoriously corrupt Chinese government worries about PR ethics. Earlier this year we reviewed a telling report on what's known as China's "blac... [FishbowlDC]

More Social Partners To Join Facebook Messenger On Firefox Social API - Posted April 5, 2013
Move over, Facebook Messenger: You've got company on the... [AllFacebook]

Damage Control in China: Bow Down Before Your Leaders! - Posted April 5, 2013
PR in China: it's a brave new world! Yet, despite all the talk of a dirty "black PR" industry and the ... [FishbowlDC]

2012's Top Chinese Social Media Branding Stories - Posted January 2, 2013
Capturing the Chinese market is every marketer's dream. More than a billion potential customers in a newly open society that continues to grow more and more infatuated with brand-name goods? We can certainly see why everyone's so interested. So what are the world's largest companies doing to familiarize ... [FishbowlDC]

If Twitter Started Charging For "Premium" Features, Would You Pay? - Posted June 20, 2012
Twitter currently makes most of its money selling ads and ... [AllTwitter]

Twitter Co-Founder Jack Dorsey: "Twitter Can't Compete In China" - Posted October 20, 2011
Twitter's co-founder and Chairman Jack Dorsey says that Twitter simply can't compete in China - but it's not Twitter's fault. Speaking at AsiaD, a conference hosted by All Things D, in Hong Kong on Thursday, Dorsey examined the state of Twitter in Asia. The region has largely embraced Twitter with one notable... [AllTwitter]

3 Ways China's Weibo Could Actually Compete with Twitter - Posted April 26, 2011
Within China, Twitter is basically non-existent: people use Weibo, instead, a similar service previously available only in Chinese. On Monday, the Chinese company released an English translation of its iPhone app... [AllTwitter]