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Stalkers can always stalk until death. Mine has been cyberstalking since the past seven years. The more you avoid or reject, they stalk more.

Volunteer Training. Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre offers three levels of Volunteer Training depending on the interest level of potential volunteers.

'I was just horrified' said Ann Jones, a black American living in Shanghai, after the app's translation software issued a racial slur

It was noticed by Ann James, a black American director and actor who featured in China’s highest-grossing film ever, this summer’s Wolf Warrior 2.

Ms Jones recently texted Chinese colleagues to tell them she was running late. When Ms Jones translated their Chinese response into English using WeChat’s translation feature, it read: “The [N-word] is late.”

When supporting someone who is a survivor of sexual violence, harassment, or partner violence, it is very important to respond with empathy.

Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre offers three levels of Volunteer Training depending on the interest level of potential volunteers. The Centre recruits volunteers on an ongoing basis.

When it comes to talking about sexual violence and harassment, young people and adults often use different words to explain similar experiences.

The key thing every company must know in order to do business in China is that Western social media platforms like Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and so on are banned in China. In fact, Weibo, WeChat, Youku and more are the main social media channels in China.

Chinese people spend a good portion of their daily lives on social media sites. Therefore, understanding which social media platforms are growing in China will help your businesses reach out to your target audience and deliver the right products or services. Let’s check out this list of top 10 social media sites in 2017 below.

WeChat is an all-in-one messaging app developed by Tencent, which also provides games, online shopping, and financial services. Users can get almost everything they need from their smartphone, and never have to leave the app. Therefore, it’s risen to become the most popular social media platform in China.

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You do not need to login or register an account to use 2meet4free. Users who are not logged in can do almost everything that registererd users can do! However there are a few differences between registered and non-registered users, here are the main differences:

Tip: You can transform a non-registered account into a registered account by registering an account while using the site with your non-registered account. All of your personal information and pictures will automatically be transfered to the new account. However your conversations and favorites will not be transfered!

There is a problem with the WeChat Shake application that we’ve written about in the past. It seems that the company responsible for WeChat, Tencent International, might have set up a temporary ban for users who use the Shake feature too frequently in one session. One of our readers noticed that he was able to get normal results, as opposed to purely Chinese results in Shake, if he simply stopped shaking for about half an hour.

To us, this makes perfect sense. Although the Shake feature is fun and quite exciting to use by times, we assume that it creates quite a drain on the WeChat servers. For this reason, we think that Tencent/Weixin/WeChat have created a shake limit for users who abuse this service.

That’s an incredible growth rate, isn’t it? As far as we know, the two sides of the app work in conjunction with each other. We have contacts who use Weixin and some who use WeChat. We can’t identify which app these contacts use so we assume that WeChat/Weixin is one big happy family.

Every day Rania Awad reaches out to some of Roy Young Chemist's most important customers through a social media app you've probably never heard of.

The shoppers are 9000 kilometres away in mainland China, where Facebook is blocked by the country's so-called Great Firewall.

The app is basic to look at but boasts a suite of features akin to Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Instagram, Tinder and Chatroulette rolled into one.