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What's on Weibo - February 1st

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While January has gone in the blink of an eye, much has happened on Weibo over the past few weeks. Ch
 
February 1 · Issue #36 · View online
What's on Weibo
While January has gone in the blink of an eye, much has happened on Weibo over the past few weeks. China’s biggest social media platform has been put in the ‘naughty corner’ by the Cyberspace Administration for not keeping its information flows under control, which has resulted in a week-long ban of its trending topic lists. Despite this, there were plenty of hot topics; especially the case of Tang Lanlan has attracted the attention of millions of netizens over the past few days. Read all about it in our latest articles, and more to come - we’ll keep you updated about the latest developments on this on our site as much as we can. 
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Best,
Manya Koetse (@manyapan), editor-in-chief What’s on Weibo


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