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Huffington Post not going to step into China

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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More and more publications are trying to step into this rapid expanded market, hoping to boost their sales amount, but Huffington post may not share the same idea. Indeed they chose to firstly establish their publication in Japan, then South Korea and Hong Kong afterwards.

Chris C. Anderson, Senior Editor of Huffington Post believed that the No.5 total unique views of publication does not fit in the Chinese model which emphasizes too much on censorship, “we don’t regulate and control people.” And he explained this tricky situation had kept them away from this second-largest economy around the world.

Though Huffington Post allows readers to comment on their facebook or twitter page, it doesn’t mean all of them could be shown on websites. Chris mentioned that deed of filtering comment may be used when dealing with some jerks, “Like those racists,” he believed through this modification could bring a harmonious environment to public.

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