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Government microblogs flourish in China

By Zhang Yi (Guangming Daily)

15:48, February 27, 2012

Edited and Translated by Han Shasha, People's Daily Online

According to the report released at a symposium in Sanya, government micro blog accounts have increased 10 times over the previous year.

The report, jointly released by Tencent Technology Company Limited and the Party School of the Central Committee of CPC, shows that microblog accounts on Tencent have reached 310 million.

Government and Party departments have opened 21,708 microblog accounts and officials have opened more than 8,000 accounts under their own names. And the number of active daily microblog users has hit more than 50 million.

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PD User at 2012-02-28118.101.28.*
Yes indeed any blog are the pulse rate of citinets, but if the message post is marlicious or with bad intention, or even fititious stroy, we call them scam , and 70%, yes 70% of bloggers are scam.
wende at 2012-02-2871.255.84.*
I hope officials will make good use of these blogs as they are like the pulse rate of a person. Through these blogs, officials will know what is wrong and what is right in their handling of affairs
  

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