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Ukraine, Russia and various Western nations have become increasingly active on Chinese social media as they seek to win support for their various positions during the current crisis. On Tuesday a post by the Ukrainian embassy in Beijing became one of the most-searched topics on the popular Twitter-style platform Weibo. The post was a translation of Kyiv's condemnation of Monday's announcement by Russia that it would recognise Donetsk and Luhansk in eastern Ukraine as independent entities and att
Weibo Corporation (WB) is a Beijing-based social media company known for its lead product, Sina Weibo. The social media platform is used by almost 40% of the Chinese population and provides advertising services to many businesses, both local and foreign. The company has absorbed the upper limit of its market...
Weibo Corporation (NASDAQ: WB and HKEX: 9898), a leading social media for people to create, share and discover content, will announce its unaudited financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year 2021 before the U.S. market opens on Thursday, March 3, 2022. Following the announcement, Weibo's management team will host a conference call from 6 AM – 7 AM Eastern Time on March 3, 2022 (or 7 PM – 8 PM Beijing Time on March 3, 2022) to present an overview of the Company's financial performan
The Chinese authorities have deleted a message on the Chinese social network Weibo that referred to disappearance of Tang Jitian.
By Dhirendra Tripathi
Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ: SBUX ) is facing irate internet users in China after announcing price hikes. What Happened: On Thursday (Beijing Time), the People’s Daily reported that Starbucks price hikes dominated Weibo — a social media platform akin to Twitter. Starbucks price increases in China spanned RMB 1 to 2, generally. For a large cup of American-style iced black coffee, customers will now have to shell two extra renminbis. Netizens decried the price hike in what has become Starbucks’ fastest-growing and largest overseas market, as per People’s Daily — the official newspaper of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party. An online commentator reportedly said that though the price increase was not … Full story available on Benzinga.com
China’s social media platform Weibo has become the latest arena for dialogue between Britain and Russia over Ukraine.British Prime Minister Boris Johnson used his Chinese social media account to urge Russian President Vladimir Putin to think again about invading Ukraine.“We are on the edge of a cliff, but President Putin still has time to step back and think,” Johnson said in a Chinese-language post on Tuesday night.“We urge everyone to engage in dialogue – the Russian government should avoid…
China's social media platform Weibo has become the latest arena for dialogue between Britain and Russia over Ukraine. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson used his Chinese social media account to urge Russian President Vladimir Putin to think again about invading Ukraine. "We are on the edge of a cliff, but President Putin still has time to step back and think," Johnson said in a Chinese-language post on Tuesday night. Do you have questions about the biggest topics and trends from around the wor
Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX ) has found itself with a public relations problem in China after an incident of impolite behavior to police officers at a store turned into a viral social media fury. What Happened: According to a Reuters report, a user on the Twitter (NYSE: TWTR )-style social media site Weibo reported that several police officers eating outside a Starbucks coffeehouse in the city of Chongqing were told by the … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Starbucks is battling its second bout of public fury in China in less than three months, after an incident described by the U.S. coffee giant as a "misunderstanding" at one of its stores sparked criticism from online users and state media. The company came under scrutiny on Monday after a user on Weibo said that a number of police officers had been eating outside a Starbucks store in the southwestern city of Chongqing before they were told by staff to move away. The user's description of the incident quickly went viral on the Twitter-like platform, prompting the ruling Communist party's mouthpiece People's Daily newspaper to issue a commentary, in which it called Starbucks "arrogant".