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Tweet of the Day: The Chinese Consulate in Johannesburg Really Wants You to Follow Their New Social Media Pages. You Can Even Win a Prize!

The social media managers at the Chinese consulate in Johannesburg seem quite eager to build audiences on their new Facebook and Twitter pages. Over the weekend they launched a new campaign to give away “lovely prizes” to new subscribers.

While their post seemed innocent enough, quite a few people commented that the post seemed dubious. 

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