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Chinese writers navigate censors to publicise articles and earn cash via apps

With Facebook and Twitter blocked in China, they post their works on platforms such as WeChat or Weibo

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China's widely-used apps have given writers such as Dr Qiao an outlet to self-publish and make money, as long as their words respect the boundaries set by online censors.

Beijing

WHEN outspoken professor Qiao Mu posted his resignation letter on a popular Chinese messaging app, sympathetic readers tapped their phone screens to send him money, leaving him with a 20,000 yuan (S$4,030) payday.

China's widely-used applications have given writers such as

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