Chinese groups urge caution over social media posts on US-China tensions

Leaders of several Chinese associations here said they have reminded members to be careful when handling such information. PHOTO: REUTERS
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SINGAPORE - When US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan earlier this month, Mr Cao Lin, 56, noticed a surge in social media posts and messages on US-China tensions.

But the secretary-general of Jiangsu Association (Singapore) said not all the posts he received on the topic were pro-China.

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