From China News Service
Some authors on the Internet are using writing software to produce popular Web fiction and stories, Qianjiang Evening News reported, adding that a 1,000 Chinese-word depiction can be finished in 10 minutes by the programs.
The software, which costs about 15 yuan ($2.18) on Alibaba's Taobao online shopping portal, can automatically recognize and grab information and narratives according to user keywords. Some even have functions for typesetting, titles and information search.
By James Purtill, ABC Online
It means that, for the first time in Australia, you will have a pretty good idea whether the post in your Instagram feed has been paid for by a brand. The new code by the Australian Association of National Advertisers (AANA) covers all social media platforms, and any kind of social media user.
Breaking the AANA code won't mean a huge penalty - the association is self-regulating and following the rules is voluntary.
The New York Times
BEIJING - The story dripped with intrigue.
A frantic President Trump, holding court in a bathrobe, ordered his aides to wrap the White House telephones in tinfoil, several Chinese publications reported this week, citing The New Yorker.
There was only one problem: The New Yorker article, by the comedian Andy Borowitz, was satire.