Fan Chengcheong, a Beijing-based entrepreneur who launched a crowdfunding campaign for the sale of a Chinese language newspaper, wants to help Chinese-speaking communities find the people who shared their posts.
Chenggyou Fan, the founder of FanCheng, said the Chinese-language paper has over a million monthly readers and its articles are translated into over 100 languages.
“The main issue for me is that we don’t have the technology to track the origin of posts and to track who is publishing them,” ChengCheong told Reuters.
He said he is planning to launch a Facebook-like platform for Chinese- speaking communities to track and track their posts, as well as share their comments.
“Facebook will not allow this, because it will have to have a social responsibility,” CheungCheong said.
“People will use Facebook and write bad things about people.”
The Facebook platform will allow Chinese-speakers to find their friends and posts, and will be accessible to anyone who is a Facebook user.
“This platform will help us to find our friends and post a message about them,” Fan said.
Facebook has struggled with Chinese- language posts in China, where a huge number of Chinese-origin people live and work.
Last year, Facebook said it was testing a feature that would allow Chinese speakers to find people who posted bad or hateful comments about them.
Facebook had previously been criticised for not doing enough to prevent hate speech and fake news on its platform.
Facebook’s efforts to combat fake news and disinformation have also come under fire from critics in the past.
CheungChang, the CEO of Fan’s project, said his company had built a prototype to see how it could help Chinese people find each other.
“We need to be able to find each others’ posts so we can share and comment about it,” CheongCheong, who is from Taiwan, told Reuters in an interview.
CheongChang said he hopes to raise $1 million from Chinese investors to finance the project.
“If we raise $500,000 we can start the project,” CheangCheong added.
He estimated that a similar project in the United States could cost between $50,000 and $60,000.
Cheang, who works as a social entrepreneur, said he had invested in a local newspaper in Taiwan and had built relationships with people to write articles about the paper.
“I am trying to build a community and get people to post their comments and posts,” Cheongs work experience included, he said.
Cheongs own paper, which has a circulation of about 10,000, has been the target of abuse and threats on social media.
Chean said that over the past year, “a lot of people who have posted hate on Fan’s paper have been harassed by people on Facebook.”
He said that he had also received death threats, though none of the posts had actually caused death threats.
CheoCheong is a fan of Chinese mythology, but he said that in his experience, “it’s not true”.
Cheong, 48, said that his mother, who had studied at the Beijing Academy of Social Sciences, taught him about the Chinese language and literature at school.
“She taught me to read and write Chinese, so I have good knowledge of Chinese literature and Chinese culture,” CheuCheong was born in Hong Kong in 1983.
He graduated from the Beijing School of Social Science in 2007 and now runs a local-language newspaper called Cheung Cheong Fan.
Cheucheong said his family moved to Beijing when he was two years old.
“My parents are very rich,” he said, adding that his father’s surname is Chu.
He also said his mother and sister were fluent in English and Mandarin, and he is fluent in Chinese.
“After I graduated from college, my parents asked me to work in the media industry,” Cheo Cheong said, “and I chose to work for a newspaper, to write news articles.”
Cheongcheong is an expert in the Chinese dialect of English and has taught in Beijing for the past seven years.
“As an English teacher, I know the language,” CheopCheong Cheong told ABC News, referring to the language he learned from his father.
CheopChong said that after graduating from college in 2008, he began his career in the telecommunications industry, eventually landing a position at a telecommunications company.
He has also worked in a number of other media outlets, including a newspaper called FanCheong Fan and a television channel, FanCheuCheng.
CheonCheong also said he has a history of working in the entertainment industry.
Cheon Cheong was asked how he ended up”
Since I graduated, I have worked in several film production companies, including one that produced the blockbuster film The Mermaid.”
Cheon Cheong was asked how he ended up