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China’s ‘Weiborati’: Truth Tellers or Just Gadflies?

Truman Project and Center for National Policy

The horse is out of the barn. Now that China’s social Web has given every citizen the ability to publish to a wide audience — a privilege once reserved for the government — state publications and Web users continue to wrangle over who best grasps the zeitgeist. Just yesterday, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences released its Annual Report on Development of New Media in China.

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