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Hong Kong protests: government fails to find PR firm

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    Hong Kong protests: government fails to find PR firm

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    Cash up front on that one. Lol.


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    Don’t worry, Wumaos have got them covered. The “truth” about Tiananmen

    https://twitter.com/ConsulAntony/sta...401502213?s=20

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    Just ask China how they do PR over there. They got everyone supporting the HK government


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    Since HK administration's PR efforts are a subset of CCP's general propaganda...

    Quartz: Why China isn’t as skillful at disinformation as Russia

    China has framed Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests as a foreign-backed movement that uses “thugs” to threaten the mainland’s sovereignty.

    The narrative might be working within the great firewall. Outside China? Not so much.

    Beijing’s approach has been quite clumsy, experts say, drawing a sharp contrast to Russia’s success in spreading disinformation on Western social media. Rather than blending seamlessly into the online sphere—where Moscow has demonstrated its skill at camouflage—it’s ridiculously easy to identify China’s efforts as bizarre or even downright false.

    “China is much more primitive in terms of techniques, ...”
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    Lots of dinero gone down the drain
    https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/...al-advertising

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthieuTofu
    Ughhh....waste of taxpayer's money

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    Lam's job offer fails to win over Tsang aide | The Standard

    It's not about money, people just don't want to work with her. See article back in 2017 when John Tsang's campaign manager Julian Law refused to work for CL.
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