Online Media Diplomacy

As yesterday online journalists continue speaking to President Trump for Communist Chinese authorities more directly and more harshly than the near vague and impersonal tone of snippets said to be quoted from the context of a  current Chinese communist political publication.

China tells Donald Trump to lay off Twitter

By Katie Hunt, CNN

Updated 5:13 AM ET, Thu January 5, 2017

China’s authoritative words “The obsession with ‘Twitter diplomacy’ is undesirable,” are directed at no one in order to avoid confrontation;  “China tells Donald Trump to lay off Twitter” is designed to provoke ridicule and confrontation in the street eloquence “lay off” implying –

or else.

…”The obsession with ‘Twitter diplomacy’ is undesirable,” said the bylined commentary, which only appeared on the agency’s Chinese website. Xinhua is the biggest and most influential of China’s state-run media…

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