WeChat users are under surveillance on content that is politically sensitive in China.
WeChat has overtaken the previously dominant Weibo, climbing today to over one billion monthly active users, a figure which continues to edge upwards.
While many Chinese-Americans actually agree that WeChat deserved more scrutiny, few believed that Trump’s ban was the right way to go about it.
Chinese Internet users with large followings will continue to shape the way social media users perceive visual content.
Qingwen Dong introduces WeChat, China’s now ubiquitous “super-app” and its effect on Chinese culture.
China’s social media platforms and how the government controls them
The power of Chinese Social Web in molding public opinion and how the Chinese government manages China’s social media experience