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22
2013

Redefining the Quote: Using the Social Web to Gauge Grassroots Sentiment in China

David Wertime, Tea Leaf Nation

January 22, 12:30pm ET
Berkman Center for Internet & Society, 23 Everett St, 2nd Floor


Co-sponsored by the MIT Center for Civic Media

In what ways is the Chinese Internet a better source for grassroots Chinese sentiment than traditional quotes and sources? In what ways is it worse? More broadly, what best practices can and should journalists use when mining social media for sentiment?

About David

David Wertime is the co-founder and co-editor of Tea Leaf Nation, an English-language online magazine that synthesizes and analyzes Chinese social media. Tea Leaf Nation is a partner site with The Atlantic and has dozens of volunteer contributors.

Before founding Tea Leaf Nation, David graduated from Harvard Law School and practiced law in New York and Hong Kong. He first encountered China as a Peace Corps Volunteer, serving in Fuling, China from 2001 to 2003.

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Last updated January 22, 2013

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