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American journalist criticized that Diaoyu Island was not a big deal

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Irene Li, Tuesday, November 13, 2012


Huffington Post has launched in Japan as its first branch in Asia. Anderson disclosed that Huffington Post didn’t plan to launch in China when they might consider Japan, South Korea and even India.


“The country does have more censorship and places than a lot of the other countries do. You have to work within the boundaries and do what the Chinese government sets up for you”, said Anderson.

“Don’t fight for rocks!” said Chris C. Anderson, the senior editor of Huffington Post. He thought that China, Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan were all overreacting on the issue of Diaoyu Island.


He continued that all things were really stupid when it came to those islands. He also believed that the countries involved could lose more for the fight, which was not really necessary.


“That are just a couple of rocks in the ocean”, said Anderson, “ there are more better and more important things to fight for”.


He gave the example that the Huffington Post focused on blogging a lot and they had thirty-five thousand people who were bloggers, however, the Chinese government was quite sensitive about blogging and they even did not prefer to do things online.


Anderson underlined that Huffington Post didn’t regulate or restrict people and he thought it’s important to make the brand available to represent itself correctly in China.

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