What’s on Weibo is an independent news site reporting social trends in an ever-changing China. What’s on Weibo sheds light on China’s social media and dynamic digital developments.
With a strong focus on China’s society and online media environment, What’s on Weibo aims to explain the story behind the hashtag. It is meant for people and (marketing) companies to create a deeper understanding of the Internet, social media, and brands in Chinese society today.
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Based in Amsterdam & Beijing, What’s on Weibo is managed by sinologist and editor-in-chief Manya Koetse.
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What’s on Weibo is managed by sinologist and editor-in-chief Manya Koetse – researcher, consultant and public speaker on China’s social trends, digital developments & new media. For more about Manya, see manyakoetse.com.
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