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Huffington Post plans to launch Japanese edition amid online restriction in China

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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13rd November, 2012

Cherry Wai Cheuk Ying

Senior Editor of Huffington Post, Chris C. Anderson, said that the post would choose Japan instead of China as its first launch site in Asia due to the online censorship and restriction by the Chinese government. Huffington Post, an American news website acquired by AOL (American Online) last year, had different editions for places around the world, for example, Canada, United Kingdom and France. Anderson addressed that the post was planning to launch its first Asian edition, “We’re looking to launch in Japan and South Korea”. However, he said he didn’t think that Huffington Post has a plan to launch a localized version in China now. He explained, “The (Chinese) government has more censorship than other Asian countries. So you have to work within boundaries that the Chinese government has up for you.”

He explained further that Huffington Post “was not fit to the Chinese model of how they did things online” since there were 30,000 bloggers participating in the post which did not restrict and regulate people. He said that the company needed to take a lot of consideration before they could feel that their brand would be representing correctly in China, whichever in English or Chinese.

--105174 2012年11月14日 (三) 06:53 (UTC)
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