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2 years, 1.62 million posts on Weibo and counting

(Global Times)

09:39, April 13, 2012

By 10 pm on April 7, a netizen named "KaNgKaN" had written 1,624,112 posts on Sina Weibo, a microblog service in China similar to Twitter.

One Web user calculated that since April 2010, "KaNgKaN" had written 1.5 notes per minute on average. And another Web user said, "If I were his phone, I'd kill myself with no hesitation."

According to QQ account information on the username, the man behind the posts is Zhang Liwei, who is from Nanchang, Jiangxi Province, and now lives in Beijing.

According to his QQ profile, Zhang is employed and can speak Korean, French and English, but there is just a brief introduction on his Weibo account.

Some people thought Zhang was a robot since he always forwards an endless number of posts.

However, he does chat with others and shares his feelings.

In response to interview requests, he wrote this on his Weibo, "I am just an ordinary Weibo user with nothing to hide."

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