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Huffington Post Has No Plan To Launch In China, Editor Says

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By Lee Kwan Kwan


Nov. 13 –The Huffington Post will launch its first Asian version in Japan instead of China due to its political censorship, said a senior editor of Huffington Post.


Huffington Post is an American news website, aggregating various news, blogs and columns from different sources. In order to expand the business to the Asian region, it chose Japan to be its first launching point.


“We do not have plans right now to launch in China because China is a tricky situation that the Chinese government does have more censorship which is a barrier.” said senior editor Chris C. Anderson at Shue Yan University on Tuesday.


On the other hand, Anderson said that Huffington Post has indeed installed an algorithm on their website to filter offensive comment. He added that some users were angry with the arrangement, but he continued that Huffington Post hopes to create an good atmosphere for discussion.


“We have to create an environment for who want to participate or interact with the community,” he said.


Moreover, Anderson contends that under the digital era, the news industry need to adapt to the changes of the business environment. “Things are operated in digital world, and do not towards to print anymore,” Anderson said.
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