Beijing, Dec. 3 (Guangming) -- Since British Prime Minister David Cameron opened his weibo account along with his visit to China, many Chinese netizens have made active interaction with him through Internet. Yesterday evening he posted a series of photos of his visit and asked Chinese netizens to raise their questions of concern in the comment section.
File photo: screen shot of David Cameron's weibo account
"Thank you all for following me. I am pleased to visit China again as British Prime Minister and I'd love to know what you guys are thinking and feeling of. Please leave your questions here, and I will answer some of them before leaving." Cameron said on his seventh weibo at 20:36 yesterday evening.
Until 11:00 December 3, this post has received nearly 17,000 responses. Many of them are quite witty and creative. Three top comments which are supposed to have largest numbers of supports have received nearly 800 "ups" in all.
File photo: screen shot of 3 top comments in the comment section
@淡定之水管先生 : Is Tony Blair's affair with Deng true?
@纳噗fado : How is your Official Mouse-Catching Cat now?
Also some impressive responses are demonstrated as follows:
@开心de子轩 : Are you a friend of David Beckham?
@luvsafever: Do u think Beijing is more modern than London from the architecture？
@达成WilC: Is there any possibility that UK can relieve its immigrant politics to foreign students in these two years?
@小陀螺_-_ : Please encourage uncle XI to log on weibo!
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