Followers of Beijing police microblog top 1 million

14:01, April 15, 2011      

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"Safe Beijing," the official microblog of the Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau, has been enjoying a steady climb in the number of its followers since its opening on Aug. 1, 2010. The number of its followers exceeded 1 million on April 13, 2011.

So far, the bureau has posted more than 6,500 messages on its microblog page and has received more than 130,000 comments. With more than 21 million page views and more than 1 million followers, it has helped solve 149 problems reported by its followers. In addition, its messages have been re-posted more than 116,000 times.

In addition to the microblog, the bureau has also set up a "Safe Beijing" blog and a "Safe Beijing" podcast in hopes of building a complementary online platform to connect with the public. This is the first such comprehensive platform among Chinese police forces, and the bureau hopes to make equal, open and sincere communications with netizens through the platform.

It has promised to change its condescending attitude in order to honestly confront netizens' justifiable criticisms, to retain all comments made by blog follwers except those commonly regarded as malicious or a violation of relevant laws, to make rational responses to criticisms and to seriously consider netizens' opinions and suggestions.

By People's Daily Online

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