A woman speaks on her phone near the logo for Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok, in Beijing on March 31. After Tencent’s vice-president compared personalised short videos to pig feed, ByteDance fired back on Friday, calling the comments stigmatising. Photo: AP A woman speaks on her phone near the logo for Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok, in Beijing on March 31. After Tencent’s vice-president compared personalised short videos to pig feed, ByteDance fired back on Friday, calling the comments stigmatising. Photo: AP

A woman speaks on her phone near the logo for Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok, in Beijing on March 31. After Tencent’s vice-president compared personalised short videos to pig feed, ByteDance fired back on Friday, calling the comments stigmatising. Photo: AP



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