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December 04,2014   By:CSHRS

BBC reporter talks about human rights censoriously and Chinese Premier easily cope

The afternoon of June 17, London. It was sunny after the cool weather for several days.

In a classical building of the British Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and British Prime Minister attended the signing ceremony of a series of the cooperation documents between the two countries.

Afterwards, the two leaders entered the Locarno hall which located in the second floor, jointly met with a large number of Chinese and foreign journalists who had already been waiting for a long time.

Facing to the British journalists "cunning" questions, Li Keqiang responsed them respectively, impressing the outside with the self-confidence, honesty, intelligence and humor from the East and China.

From: chinahumanrights.org

Blue Book of New Media 2014: China's new media enter the 'micro' era

According to the Blue Book of New Media 2014 released by Chinese Academy of Social Science on June 25 2014, China's new media have entered the "micro" era. From the user structure analysis, "WeChat users are mostly the middle class and micro blogging users are mainly the grassroots".

The number of WeChat users has now reached 600 million, with more than 270 million active users at home and abroad every month. This app has released over 20 language versions, covering more than 200 countries and regions worldwide.

There are 103 websites in China that provide micro blogging services, with customer accounts numbering more than 1.3 billion. Tencent has the largest number of micro blogging users, while Sina Weibo users are most active.

From: peopledaily.com.cn

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