China: Online Voices Aren't Everything

Graham Webster from Transpacifica stresses that online voices doesn't represent laobaixing's voices in China despite its large population.

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  • ka

    Some Taiwanese bloggers
    estimated some figures according to information from MIC etc and pointed out that even bloggers doesn’t represent netizens and most netizens wont post any comment on blog .

    it seems most of bloggers are highly educated

    PS i really confused the meaning of laobaixing’s for ten mins !

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