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Weibo is the Chinese word for "microblog".
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Sina Weibo

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Weibo uses a format similar to its American counterpart Twitter, but used almost exclusively by Chinese language speakers; this has a direct impact on features such as hashtags on Sina Weibo and Tencent Weibo, which both employ a double-hashtag "#HashName#" method, since the lack of spacing between Chinese characters necessitates a closing tag.
Sina Weibo is a Chinese microblogging (weibo) website.

Tencent Weibo

Weibo
Weibo uses a format similar to its American counterpart Twitter, but used almost exclusively by Chinese language speakers; this has a direct impact on features such as hashtags on Sina Weibo and Tencent Weibo, which both employ a double-hashtag "#HashName#" method, since the lack of spacing between Chinese characters necessitates a closing tag.
Tencent Weibo is a Chinese microblogging (weibo) website launched by Tencent in April 2010, and is still currently under beta testing.

Microblogging

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Weibo is the Chinese word for "microblog".
The users use Chinese weibo services such as Sina Weibo and Tencent Weibo.

Internet censorship in China

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Due to the Internet censorship in China, all of the China-based weibo services are now controlled by various self-censorship policies and methods.
In the aftermath, Liang's name became the most-censored search term on Weibo.

Sina Corp

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Sina.com's CEO Charles Chao considered it to be an opportunity.
* Microblogging in China

FreeWeibo

FreeWeibo is a website that monitors and makes available content from leading Chinese microblogging site Sina Weibo that has been censored and deleted by Chinese authorities under the Great Firewall.

Baidu Baike

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Users on microblogging platforms generally perceive Baidu Baike as similar to a governmentally sanctioned information source due to the censorship of its content.

Weibo (company)

Weibo
Weibo Corporation is the social network company which is providing the Chinese microblogging website Sina Weibo, based in Beijing, China.

Straight man cancer

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Coined by the users of Chinese social networks Douban and Weibo in mid-2014, it refers to a group that uses a variety of reasons and actions to belittle women's value, harm women's rights, and hinder the movement for gender equality.

Chinese Wikipedia

Chinese(zh)Wikipedia in other varieties of Chinese
Many of them use weibo, a Chinese socializing website similar to Twitter.

Text messaging

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They consist of websites like Twitter and its Chinese equivalent Weibo .

Lei Zhengfu

He was dismissed from his position a few days after a sex video recorded in 2007 went viral online via the popular microblog service Sina Weibo.

The Fat Years

The Fat Years (盛世)
Dongsheng further explains that the Chinese government was able to save their economy with intrusive measures such as the conversion of large percentages of national bank savings accounts to expiring vouchers; large-scale deregulation; strengthening property rights; crackdowns on corruption, counterfeit consumer goods, and "misinformation," and price controls (citing those by Walther Rathenau in World War I Germany and in World War II America).

Manhua

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Print publishing, being strictly controlled in China, is slowly being traded in for microblogging websites such as Sina Weibo and Douban, where manhua can reach a wide audience while subject to less editorial control.

Wanghong economy

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For social network websites, for example, the Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Weibo, the Internet celebrity runner could cooperate with the site to push their content to the target audience.

Bride of the Century

It was also ranked as the most searched phrase on China's microblogging service Weibo.

Homosexuality in China

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Chinese microblogging services also facilitate discourse on things like coming out to parents and articles in the People's Daily on gay men.

2011 Fuzhou, Jiangxi bombings

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According to Mingqi's Sina Weibo site and the 2002 demolitions, Qian was fed up. The weibo posts state "Ten years of seeking redress resulted in nothing," and "I was forced to step onto a road I didn't want to step on due to the loss of my newly built house, which was illegally demolished...my total loss was near to RMB two million Yuan."

Liu Tienan

Luo promptly posted these allegations to his public Weibo account; namely, that Liu Tienan faked his academic credentials, that Liu received large kickbacks from businessman Ni Ritao in the overseas bank loan fraud scheme, and that Liu issued death threats to his mistress after the relationship between the two had gone sour.

Police brutality

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Chinese dissidents have been able to arrange effective mobilization through use of social media and informal communication like Twitter and its Chinese counterparts Weibo or microblogs.

Choo Ja-hyun

Choo Ja-hyun
Because of the controversy, she closed down her Twitter account and is instead active on the Chinese microblogging platform Weibo.