On Wednesday, Chinese social media platform Douban posted pictures on popular microblogging site Sina Weibo, saying it had sued the operator of Weibo for unfair competition.
In view of the serious network chaos on social platform Douban, Cyberspace Administration of China instructed the Beijing Internet Office to send a team of moderators to the website on Tuesday to supervise the APP's overhaul.
Recently, some users of China's social media platform Douban said that the app embeds imperceptible watermarks in its pages.
While Douban's loyal holdouts still regard it as the digital bastion of China’s nonconformists and bohemians, others have given up on what they now see as just another mainstream social media platform, ridden with cheap content and a shallowed-out community spirit.
The Beijing Internet Information Office recently summoned Chinese Q&A site Zhihu for the repeated display of prohibited information and content on the platform that violate the laws and regulations of the country.
According to the announcement from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) on Thursday, a total of 106 apps, including Douban, Changba, Alihuishou and Knews, have been put on a list of apps to be removed.
The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) said on Thursday it had summoned and fined social media company Douban over its alleged unlawful release of information.
Featured as one of Disney’s most promising movies for 2020, Mulan has been a disappointment following the movie’s poor performance in both western countries and China.
Renting an apartment in China is not that hard. There are a variety of online rental platforms providing customized services to both Chinese and foreign tenants.
Douban Reading announced its independence from Douban Group and its receipt of 60 million yuan in A-round financing from Linmon Picture. Huaxing Alpha was the exclusive financial advisor for this round.