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The world will tease Chinese people for desiring for gossip magazines

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Reporter / April Ng

Chinese people had to review their huge interest in gossip magazines, said Charles Chau,

Bloomberg Businessweek Chief Editorial Consultant

“The magazines which sold the highest volume in China were about celebrities’ gossips,” said Chau.

He said the world' bestselling or the most affective magazines were not gossip ones. However,

“China is going against the international trend. It would be teased by the whole world,” said

Chau. “This is so pathetic and worth for Chinese people to review.”

Bloomberg Businessweek would be launched in Hong Kong June. Chau explained that choosing Hong

Kong as another publishing place because it was the most competitive and democratic place in China.

“We will not translate the mainland edition into a Hong Kong edition directly, but focusing on

other topics that Hong Kong people are interested in,” said Chau. “The Hong Kong version of

Bloomberg Businessweek will be independent.”

Although the magazine aimed at leading Hong Kong people’s mind of explain the world and changing

their attitudes towards international affairs, Chau said they did not estimate or expect the

number of readers.

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