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This week's reading is an article by Dr. Zhu Feng (朱锋)that has been making the rounds on WeChat. The article, 《美国应反思“悲剧性失败”的根源》, is a useful window into Chinese views on the current turmoil in the U.S. This is obviously just one person's analysis, but it is important to keep tabs on intellectual conversations in China, and Zhu's voice is a significant one.
Dr. Zhu Feng is Executive Director of China Center for Collaborative Studies of the South China Sea at Nanjing University, and professor of international relations.
In March 2020, TikTok announced the opening of a "Transparency Center" based out of its Los Angeles office to review its content moderation policies. Meanwhile, there has been growing concern from U.S. lawmakers over TikTok's connection to the Chinese government.
This WeChat article (in Chinese) by 硅星人/PingWest, 独家| 内部员工揭秘：TikTok 竟然这么审核内容, provides more details on how TikTok's content moderation works (sourceTweet).
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