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The Huffington Post does not have a plan on launching in China

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(Your first sentence in your lead could be put in a different way and you should just go straight to the point by saying: The Huffingtong Post, one of the most read internet newspapers, has no plan to launch in China anytime soon because of the country's harsh political censorship, said its senior editor Chris C. Anderson today at Hong Kong Shue Yan University. One fact you got wrong: the Huff Post has already launched its Japanese version and it is called the Huff Post Japan.)


The Huffington Post does not have a plan on launching in China

By Cherry Au Hiu Ki Nov13, 2012

The Huffington Post is one of the most popular internet newspapers in recent years., Today Chris C. Anderson, The Huffington Post Senior Editor as a guest speaker of Hong Kong Shue Yan University Journalism and Communication Assembly, said they have no planning on expanding their business to China.

Anderson said the Huffington post was an American News Website. It has already launched its local versions within the United States and its international editions in Canada, UK, France, Spain and Germany. The Huffington Post was looking forward to launch their business in Japan and South Korea instead of China. Anderson said, “The (China) government does have more censorship in places a lot of these other countries. You have to work within the boundaries that the Chinese government has set for you. The Huffington Post we have a large blogging present. We have 30,000 people that are bloggers that doesn’t necessary fit in what the Chinese model of how they do things online. It’s a different ways doing these. We don’t regulate, we don’t restrict people, so it’s something that we have to be look at. It takes a lot of considerations to get to point of we can feel comfortably our brand was presented correctly in China, whether it’s in English or in Chinese, Mandarin’s local language.

Anderson added, The Huffington Post realized the Chinese-speaking societies all over the world are their potential readers. However, at this moment, they did not have a plan on publishing a worldwide edition of Huffington Post written in Chinese.

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