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The Huffington Post does not target Chinese market yet

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(Your lead should also tell of the difficulty of launching a Chinese version of the Huff Post because of the strict political censorship. You said, "the post is having Japan and Korea plan" but in fact it had already launched its Japanese version as making Japan the first country in its Asian endeavor. The biggest omission in your story was that you forgot to mention 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 SIU, Hnag Nam, 2012-11-13-China is a big market with a huge pool of potential consumers. But the Huffington Post dose not target the China market at the moment, said the senior editor of the Huffington Post.


The New York Times is now having a online Chinese version being tested. Chris C. Anderson, the senior editor of the Huffington Post, said that the Huffington Post did not have a plan in launching Chinese version. He explained that to launch a paper in China must have the Chinese government supporting, but the post do not want regulate and restrict the journalists too much. But the post is having Japan and Korea plan, he added.


Though the Huffington Post is not planning a launch in China, it is improving its popularity in Hong Kong. Anderson said, they are putting on social media commonly used in Hong Kong, like Facebook and Twitter to expand the bandwidth in Hong Kong.


“That’s why I am here.” Anderson put it on a fun way. He said he came to Hong Kong very often, sometimes with a purpose of promoting the Huffington Post. He added, what’s more important would be the good quality content and to be fast.


“We are doing everything possible.” Anderson said. To differentiate itself, the Huffington Post is keeping itself updating faster than Washington Post and New York Times.
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