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Scott Robinson: governments are learning to use social network

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                              By Isabel Chan

Scott Robinson, spokesman of the U.S. Consulate General, said at a talk in Shue Yan University this Tuesday that although he does not respond specifically Beijing’s relation with media, he believes any government should work with the media by providing facts and responding to inquiries.

Robinson explains responding to inquires do not mean answering every questions by the media. “Sometimes we can only answer 1 out of 5 questions, by we have to at least give them(the press) something,” Robinson adds, “Beijing is being responsive by putting somebody to respond.”


The picture of first lady Peng Liyuan singing for Beijing troops in 4th June incident is being deleted from WeiBo last week just moments after its release. “This is not the forum to comment on China’s policy on social network, but we are all learning to use the social network, there are room for improvement for all of us.” Robinson responds to student’s question.


“The social networking site has made the government more accepting, there were silly critics saying, “I hate the US” on our Facebook page, but we did not delete it.” Robinson revealed.
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