Chinese netizens are taking over the White House…petition site: “Hello! Comrade Obama”

Alia | May 7th, 2013 - 8:31 pm
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What would you do if you don’t trust your own government? For China’s always-cynical netizens, the answer is easy – to appeal to the US government. The 6 most recent petitions submitted to the White House are all from China.

Who will be American’s next president? Chinese netizens have their answers

Alia | September 6th, 2012 - 4:32 am
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Americans apart, there is probably no other group than the Chinese netizens who are more keen on discussing the coming US Presidential Election. At the end of the day, who would Chinese netizens vote for?

The world’s new superhero: Captain China

Alia | June 4th, 2012 - 4:52 am
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Captain China is intended as “a propaganda-styled comic series aimed at capturing the main-stream consciousness of China.”

Obama: “How are things going at home?” Hu: “Pretty good.”

Alia | March 28th, 2012 - 3:51 am
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Several Chinese media, both online and offline, used the two-line conversation between Obama and Hu as the headline of what happened in Seoul yesterday. Chinese netiznes are having fun reading between the lines.

Chinese netizens “occupy” Obama’s Google +, calling for help to make change happen in China

Alia | February 27th, 2012 - 1:57 am
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When netizens in China found out that Google + was not longer blocked in the country, they flocked to Obama’s G+ page and initiated “Occupy Obama G+” and filled up the 500 comment limit for every post on the page.