As you may have noticed, Wild East Football has finally managed to shake a leg and clamber aboard the social network bandwagon. We already made our presence felt on Facebook the other week. Now we are pleased to say English language readers can follow us on Twitter, and readers of Chinese can follow the Sina Weibo blog of our man in the North, Bcheng, who discusses what’s going on up there in Beijing.
If you aren’t familiar with Sina Weibo, its a Chinese version of Twitter and it has the advantage of not being blocked in China. The same cannot be said of Twitter unfortunately, as many readers will already be well aware. This is why the Twitter feed will appear blank if you are viewing from within China and not using a VPN or other GFW-averting software tools.
If you haven’t already followed us on either network, please click on the links above to help spread the good word of the only English-language site crazy enough to dedicate itself to Chinese football.
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- Editor’s column: Bizarre tattoo ban completes shambolic Welsh night for China on
- Will China win the football world cup? on
- Advantage Shenhua But A Long Way To Go In Second Leg: The Chinese Football Podcast on
- Cannavaro Walks Away Proud As Quanjian Crowned Best-of-the-Rest: The Chinese Football Podcast on