WeChat

WeChat(中文:微信)是中國騰訊公司於2011年1月21日推出的一款支援Android以及iOS等行動作業系統的即時通訊軟體,其面對智慧型手機使用者。 --來自 維基百科


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2020/09/28 | Voice of America

US Judge Halts Government Ban on TikTok

The Trump administration wants TikTok and WeChat removed from app stores.

2020/09/21 | Deutsche Welle

US Judge Halts Ban on Wechat Downloads

A federal judge delayed the Trump administration's ban hours before it was due to take effect, citing concerns over free speech. Owned by Chinese tech giant TenCent, WeChat has around 19 million active daily users in the United States.

2019/03/19 | Global Voices

When People Disappear in China, They Also Disappear on WeChat

When Ye Jianming, former chairman of CEFC China Energy, disappeared, censors got to work scrubbing his name from WeChat.

2019/03/04 | Global Voices

Banned From WeChat: Huawei, ZTE, 'Amazing China' and 'Salted Fish'

Don't talk about Meng Wanzhou, don't talk about the US ban on ZTE, don't call Huawei a 'demon's mirror.'

2018/12/20 | Nick Aspinwall

Unpacking the Swift Chinese Netizen Clapback to Lil Pump's Racist Song

When Chinese netizens slide past censors to air their grievances, they're key cogs in a massive and well-oiled outrage machine.

2018/07/24 | David Green

Q&A: Human Rights Foundation's Gladstein on Bitcoin Versus Authoritarianism

If there is one thing able to stop the Chinese panopticon, it might just be Bitcoin.

2018/07/10 | Global Voices

Is Your Phone Spying on You? Inside Chinese Camera Backdoors

Chinese internet giant Tencent was quick to defend a 'feature' in which a smartphone camera self-activates when messaging apps are opened, leaving the country's mobile users worried.

2018/01/19 | Lu Hongyong

When Viral Turns Toxic: The Dark Side of Online Marketing in China

China is often hailed as a social media marketing trailblazer but under the surface of the success roils fertile ground for scammers and fake news.

2017/10/13 | Cedric Alviani

President Xi Nails Shut Chinese Internet's Coffin

New measures including holding social media moderators responsible for content posted in their forums, the end of anonymous posting and an upcoming ban on Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) are the latest blows to what is left of internet freedom in China.

2017/09/14 | Qian Zhecheng

On the Front Line of China’s Chat Sticker Industry

A cartoonist strives to conquer the increasingly competitive sector, one sticker at a time.

2017/09/06 | Chublic Opinion

Chinese Netizens, Sports Administrators and the Undoing of a Ping Pong Hero

'It soon became clear that this was not a scheduling error, but an open revolt unprecedented in the history of Chinese Ping Pong.' Another strange happening on the Chinese Internet, unpacked by Chublic Opinion.

2017/08/30 | Rosemary Chen

Robin, the Taiwanese Chatbot Using AI to Talk to Customers in the Local Lingo

'The reason that chatbots are popular right now is not only due to technical innovation, but even more so due to the social media revolution,' says Professor Lee Hung-yi.

2017/08/28 | Chen Ronggang

China’s Future is Definitely Cashless

Accessible, intuitive mobile platforms have made China an unlikely frontrunner in the race toward becoming a cash-free society.

2017/08/14 | Wang Yuhao

Bringing the World’s Great Museums to 200,000 Children in China

An entrepreneur hatches a plan to make 10 iconic museums accessible to China’s working-class families.

2017/07/11 | Oiwan Lam

How China's Biggest Video Game Became the Target of the Chinese Communist Party

Chinese Communist Party media and commentators have objections to the game that go beyond its supposedly addictive nature. They are concerned about the game's storyline, which they say 'subverts Chinese history,' writes Oiwan Lam.

2017/06/12 | Qian Zhecheng

China Closes Popular WeChat Accounts

Netizens incensed as internet watchdog begins enforcing June update to country’s cybersecurity law.