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US President Barack Obama’s account on popular social network Google Plus has been swamped by Chinese posts, which analysts said indicates the Chinese public’s wish to communicate with high-ranking leaders through new media.

The latest entries on Obama’s Google Plus page over the weekend were related to the upcoming presidential election. They have attracted around 1,000 comments, mostly in simplified Chinese with some English translations.

Information released earlier on the page also received massive numbers of replies in Chinese during the past two days, although the social website has been inaccessible to Chinese Web users since its launch in June last year.

Chinese comments on his page range from joking expressions to seemingly serious discussions on certain topics. “It’s everyone’s obligation to promote the Chinese language,” joked a user named Joe Zhao.
中国网友的评论从调侃到关于一些议题的严肃讨论,包罗万象。一名叫Joe Zhao的网友戏称:“推广汉语,人人有责”。

One of the followers, named Eric Chen, explained that many Chinese people came here to post because they could visit the website “without depending on some special tools.” Referring to VPN or proxy needed to open facebook and twitter in mainland.
一名叫Eric Chen的关注者解释到有如此多的中国网友来评论,是因为他们可以在“不利用特殊工具”的情况下就能访问Google+。这里的特殊工具,指的是在中国大陆网友需要利用虚拟专用网络和代理服务器才能登陆facebook和twitter。

According to a BBC report, Internet users in many parts of the mainland found on February 20 they could access Google Plus, prompting some of them to suggest occupying the site. AFP reported that Google Plus appeared to be available in the mainland Sunday on some people’s mobile devices.

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