Vietnamese blogger jailed over government criticism warns family of ‘something bad’ before call is cut off
A Vietnamese blogger detained over anti-government posts has warned his family that “something bad” will have happened to him if they do not hear from him within the next 15 days.
Disrupted communication: Phan Kim Khanh, who is serving a six-year prison term, delivered the chilling message in a phone call on Saturday. That call was abruptly cut off after his warning.
Singaporean blogger Cheng Yan Yan Wendy, better known as Xiaxue, has come under fire after posting a teaser of her Halloween look on social media.
On Monday, the Trump-supporting blogger took to Instagram and Twitter to share a two-second clip of herself as Rosmah Mansor, Malaysia’s former first lady.
A fashion model and social media “influencer” in Hong Kong hoped to save face by deleting Instagram posts which her followers discovered to be stolen from Google Images.
A 22-year-old blogger will spend seven years in jail after writing reports about one of Vietnam’s worst environmental disasters that shook the Vietnamese coast last year.
Nguyen Van Hoa, arrested back in April, produced articles, photos and videos over a toxic spill caused by Formosa Ha Tinh Steel Corporation, a Taiwan-owned steel plant.
A wang hong in China is now offering a course that would help employees get 50% more salary — with refunds available if it never happens.
With more than 100 million followers on WeChat, blogger Mi Meng is charging 99 yuan ($15) for the 15-hour course launching on Ximalaya, an audio-sharing platform, from Dec. 1.
Cassey Ho of Blogilates is officially off the market, sharing her engagement to longtime boyfriend, Sam Livits, on her Instagram page.
“I got engaged in Kauai to the love of my life. It feels like a dream but Sam reminds me that it’s definitely real,” Ho wrote in excitement.
As the saying goes, age is nothing but a number.
Vietnamese blogger Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Quynh was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Thursday after the People’s Court in Khanh Hoa Province found her guilty of “spreading propaganda” against the government.
The charges against Quynh, also known as Mẹ Nấm, or Mother Mushroom, were based on her Facebook posts and interviews she did with CNN, Radio Free Asia (RFA) and Voice of America.
A Japanese woman who won a myriad of followers after blogging about her cancer has died of the disease.
Mao Kobayashi, 34, died at home in Tokyo on Thursday, leaving husband Ichikawa Ebizo, a kabuki actor, and two children, daughter Reika, 5, and son Kangen, 4, behind.