China’s censorship regime is still figuring out how to keep tabs on the increasingly popular chat app, which is taking internet users away from the microblog Weibo, a platform authorities have spent years monitoring and censoring relatively successfully.
He said yes, and she promptly hung up, giving way to another call that came in almost immediately.
While political discussions and protest calls may be stifled quickly on the social messaging app in mainland China, Chinese Americans across the US are using it to rally support for their favoured candidates.
Asian-Americans made up only 2.9 per cent of voters in 2012 but the ethnic group is among the fastest growing in the US, up from 1.7 per cent in 1996.
We don’t know if during the time of the real estate bubble, some agency managed to sell some apartment in the coast via text message.
What we do know is that some real estate agents are able to sell houses from the United States to Chinese people who want to secure their money by investing in American real estate.