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Huffington Post stops in front of China

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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(It should be "aggregator" instead of "aggravator". An obvious mistake that you should avoid. Since the people in Hong Kong are not too familiar with the nature of Huffington Post, you should present your readers with some background information regarding the format of its website and its popularity. Especially the fact that the Huffington Post had never existed as a printed publication. Unlike other traditional printed media, the Huff Post started out as a news website, a digitized news outlet with blogs.)


By Lam, Tak Man, 2012-11-13. In US, other than Google news and yahoo news, a news aggravator, The Huffington Post, is a choice of watching news online. When Huffington Post first swept through Asian regions, it did not launch on China. Chris C. Anderson, the senior editor of The Huffington Post told the reasons in the assembly with students from Hong Kong Shue Yan University yesterday.

Chinese model scared it away

“We don’t have plans now on launching in China…. China is a tricky situation.”Chris explained. What “tricky situation” Chris said is the Chinese government censorship on news reporting. As Chris mentioned, The Huffington Post has over thirty thousand bloggers. If we launch it into China, the censorship will restrict bloggers which is not the style of The Huffington Post.

The Huffington Post aggregates news from different ranges of sources including Washington Post and the New York Times. It has bloggers for online news comment and sharing. For last three months, it received 9.5 millions comments. The huge number of response makes it popular around the social media. --105048 2012年11月14日 (三) 00:00 (UTC)
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