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This was the week of Warcraft. The much-anticipated movie made $45 million in China on its opening da
 
June 11 · Issue #9 · View online
What's on Weibo
This was the week of Warcraft. The much-anticipated movie made $45 million in China on its opening day, and broke China’s box office records. Both the video game and the film adaption are immensely popular in China, read more about it in our latest article
Don’t forget to also keep on checking out What’s on Weibo throughout the week - many stories that were recently reported by international media were first published by us, like the shocking Hebei gas station incident, but also lighter stories such as the destroyed Lego sculpture and the young black man fed up with three things in China. Read it on What’s on Weibo first, and subscribe to our YouTube Channel to follow our latest Weibo finds and What’s on Weibo video blogs (aka Weivlogs).
Cheers,
Manya Koetse (@manyapan), What’s on Weibo editor-in-chief 

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