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How Social Media Has Changed Protests

Niki Cheong, Media Researcher, University of Nottingham, UK

13-Jun-19 19:00

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The influence of social media in the Hong Kong protest became apparent when an administrator of over a 30,000-strong group on Telegram was arrested. We speak with Niki Cheong about how social media has driven changes in protests and uprisings.


Produced by: Julian Yap

Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Kelvin Yee

Tags:  Evening Editionsocial mediademocracyprotestsHong KongMedia, Marketing, AdvertisingTechnology news, reviewsPolitics, News, Current Affairs

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