New Tech Platform Vows To Stand Up Against Tech Communism

In August, the new social media platform Gan Jing World was launched to provide a new “clean,” family-friendly digital town square. Gan Jing World was created by a company founded by Chinese dissidents who fled communist China.

The company recently relocated from California to Middletown, New York. According to CEO James Qiu, unlike other platforms that use algorithms to generate as many clicks as possible regardless of content, Gan Jing World’s purpose is to enrich people’s lives.

Before its English version launched in August, Gan Jing World was publishing videos in Chinese, covering wide-ranging topics like arts, culture, and lifestyle. It also published videos exposing the atrocities committed by the Chinese Communist Party.

According to Gan Jing World’s chief content officer Vivian Wang, the platform is a “Clean World,” providing “clean information” that will leave people feeling better “after they come to the platform, rather than feeling depressed.”

The four guidelines of Gan Jing World are: “No violence, no pornography, no crime, and no drugs or harm.” In a recent interview with The Epoch Times, CEO James Qiu spoke at length about his experiences in China and discussed the new platform whose name in Chinese means “clean.”

Qiu said unlike mainstream social media platforms that operate on a “hidden agenda” to hook people in, Gan Jing World will not just focus on politics or finance but also on delivering family-friendly material without fear of censorship.

He told The Epoch Times that the true value of Gan Jing World is to provide “a neutral platform.”

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The company created a “complete ecosystem” that is supported by its own cloud architecture so swiftly that the work impressed some of Qui’s former colleagues at Apple.

And while the platform will feature discussions on a wide range of subjects, there is one subject that users won’t find on Gan Jing World. Qiu told the Epoch Times that he wants to “make sure that on our platform, we are not going to promote the voice of the CCP.”