The team behind anti-censorship not-for-profit GreatFire.org has turned on a new service designed to allow micro-bloggers in China to recover censored Sina Weibo posts, in a move which won't go down well with Beijing. Decrypt Weibo comes from GreatFire’s FreeWeibo project and, as the name suggests, is a decrypting tool which …
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Did someone just say "Sino Weeaboo"?...
...'Cause I think I just heard someone say "Weeaboo".
Seriously, doesn't "Sina Weibo" sound a bit close to "Sino-Weeaboo"? I propose that "Sino-Weeaboo" should become the official accepted term for any teenage Westerner nerdishly into Chinese (rather than Japanese) culture.
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