Thomas Crampton

Social Media in China and across Asia

Previous posts

  • Social Media in China: Why and How
  • Fastest growing nation on Facebook? China!
  • Teens now drive Indonesia’s mobile phone market
  • China Social Networks: Cool Girls to Hipsters
  • Chinese Overtaking English as Internet Language
  • Group Buying: Australia Loves Bargains
  • Will Egypt Kill Sina Weibo?
  • Will Publishing Follow the Music Industry?
  • Facebook and China (or Irrelevant)
  • How To: Use Facebook to Make a Party Last
  • Three Kingdoms of China’s Internet
  • What Ogilvy Clients Will Want in 2040
  • Social Media Jobs in Asia: Groupon, Ogilvy, AFP and Bangkok
  • Wikileaks: $100k Facebook Strategy for US Embassy Indonesia
  • Oprah: Dethroned by Chinese Tweeter (Who doesn’t use Twitter)
  • Social Media in China: The Same, but Different
  • Infographic: Asia’s Connectivity (updated)
  • 2010 Social Media News (in Cartoons)
  • This Blog: Now Available on Kindle
  • More Facebook users in Rangoon than Beijing?
  • Yes, Virginia, It is Christmas
  • Facebook’s Vietnam War
  • China’s Social Network Personalities
  • Using Social Networks for Business
  • Job: Social Media Strategy in Malaysia
  • What Clients Want (in 2040)
  • Debate Research: The Internet is Making Us Stupid
  • Sachin Duggal: Host Your Desktop in the Cloud
  • Isaac Mao on the Concept of Sharism
  • ArabCrunch on Tech Startups in the Arab World
  • Chinese About.com: Young and Specialized
  • Chinese Chess: The Key to Business in China?
  • Eric Charas: More information, more engagement
  • Trip Adler on Social Publishing
  • Tudou Founder on the Future of Online Video
  • Layar: The Augmented Reality Browser
  • Deborah Fallows on Dreaming in Chinese
  • Hans-Ulrich Obrist on Inspiration and Heroes
  • Hans-Ulrich Obrist on The Interview Project
  • Hans-Ulrich Obrist on the Future of Maps
  • David Liu: WoZai, a China friendly Twitter clone?
  • Latest Social Media Stats from Asia
  • Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva at the WEF Asia
  • A Tour of Hong Kong’s Latest Gadgets
  • Facebook Effect: David Kirkpatrick
  • Ai Weiwei on the Power of Social Media
  • The Gaming Communities in China
  • Shanghai Blogger Gathering
  • Tweetup in Tokyo
  • Blogger Gathering in Taipei
  • Journalism vs Social Media in Singapore
  • Hugh Pope on Dining with Al-Qaeda
  • Gulay Ozkan: Why Social Media is so big in Turkey
  • Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop on the Asian Art Trends
  • Habib Haddad: The Problem of Typing Arabic
  • Infographic: Social Media Equivalents in Korea
  • Gary Wang of Tudou: China’s Video Future is Mobile
  • Job: Social Media strategist for TILE in New York
  • ZDNet: Digital marketing not up to speed in Asia
  • Infographic: Social Media Equivalents in Hungary
  • Trip Adler: Scribd and the Socialization of Reading
  • Visualization of Twitter in Singapore
  • Vietnam’s Social Media Equivalents
  • Chinese Mobile Phones and Fashion
  • Simon Daglish: How MySpace UK differs from the US
  • iPhone Augmented Reality App Demo: Layar
  • China: Social Media and User Content Now Dominate
  • Stanford Conference in Beijing: China 2.0
  • The Internet Is Making Us Stupid
  • AFP: “Asians muscling into social media world”
  • Online Reviewers: Chinese Criticize, Koreans Praise
  • Asia Accounts for 37% of World’s Tweets
  • Deborah Fallows: The Pains and Pleasures of Learning Chinese
  • The $100 iPad: China’s Android-based ePad
  • China Online Video is Actually Internet TV
  • Mondays at 5pm: Australians Go Online
  • Interview: VOA on Zhongnanhai’s New Blog
  • Interview: Social Media in Vietnam
  • Infographic: Japanese Social Media Equivalents
  • Breaking Into Ad Age Power 150
  • Needed: “An Inconvenient Truth” for Water
  • DHL, Fedex, UPS to the IRS for Overseas US Taxpayers
  • Traditional Hong Kong Dai Pai Dong, RIP
  • Award For Social Media Journalism in Asia
  • Mobile: China’s Women Start Surfing
  • Seedcamp Comes to Singapore
  • China’s Netizens: More Numerous, More Engaged
  • Social Media’s Silent Giants: Naspers and DST
  • Speech in Tokyo at Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan
  • Infographic of Social Media Equivalents in China
  • In China: $184 for a Virtual Dragon
  • Foursquare for Business: A Strategic Framework
  • Ogilvy On: Foursquare for Business (The Slides)
  • Google Publishes Censorship Status in China
  • WoZai: China Twitter Clone, Built 1 Celebrity At A Time
  • Foursquare China Clone: Jie Pang
  • Social Media: Chinese Love To Engage
  • How To: Use Foursquare for Business
  • iPhone4 Launch Schedule for Asia-Pacific