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Dialogue 2012-02-19 Chinese online icons spark social debate

02-19-2012 20:44 BJT

Recently one of China’s well-known young writers Han Han, respected by many for his rebellious attitude, sued Fang Zhouzi a science writer. Fang Zhouzi in return accuses Han of using ghost writers. The two have been sparing on the internet since January, sparking widespread media attention and social media enthusiasm. How does the incident reflect on the quality and sophistication of China’s online population? How should we see the making of stars and icons on the internet?

Dialogue 2012-02-19 Chinese online icons spark social debate

Host: Tian Wei

Tian Wei

Studio Guests:

Raymond Zhou, Columnist of China Daily

Shi Anbin, Deputy Dean, School of Journalism , Tsinghua University

Editor:James |Source: CNTV

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