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Huffington Post rises in Japan and South Korea

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13 November, 2012


The senior editor of Huffington Post, Chris Anderson, said that there is no plan to launch the Post in China, but it is entering Japan and South Korea instead.


“I don’t think there is a plan right now. China is a bit of a tricky situation as the government practices censorship more than other countries. We have to work within a boundary that the Chinese government set up for you,” said Anderson, during an assembly at Hong Kong Shue Yan University.


He added that Huffington Post has 30 thousand people who are bloggers. It doesn’t fit in Chinese model. He said, “We don’t restrict and regulate people.”


“If we want to introduce Huffington Post to China, we need to take a lot of consideration to be comfortable to make sure our brand is well presented,” said Anderson.


Huffington Post has been launched in places like France, Germany and United Kingdom, Anderson said Japan is a launching point for the first in the Asia, following by South Korea.


When it comes to the political situation of Diao Yu Island, Anderson personally thought that the countries are all over reacting. “Thinking of all the things we loose by having conflicts on a couple of rocks and the ocean, all come to very stupid,” said he.


He believed that the US might be inciting China on this political issue, but not the US country.


When it comes to whether it is worthwhile to put a filter on Huffington Post website for effective communication, Anderson said the main purpose is to create a friendly environment for netizens to chat.


“If it is done correctly, it will not piss off the audience. The filter is not for deleting something, it is sent to a human who can actually look at it and make adjustment on it. The main thing is to create a friendly atmosphere for people who want to come and come again,” said Anderson.

--105039 2012年11月15日 (四) 14:23 (UTC)
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