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China’s answer to Instagram is sorry for over-filtered images


Xiaohongshu, the social media and lifestyle platform sometimes known as China’s answer to Instagram, apologised for letting bloggers share heavily filtered photos of tourist attractions, disappointing users who went to those locations after seeing the pictures.The app, also known as Little Red Book, issued a statement on Sunday on its social media account, admitting that some users have “over-beautified” their online travel diaries.The Little Red Book is not Maoist propaganda… it’s a social…

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