The newly launched social media messaging tool KwikDesk has made its way into China, with a local version of the online platform.
Launched this week, the online platform allows users to anonymously send messages of up to 300 words and select a date when their messages will self-destruct, and be removed.
KwikDesk was launched with the help of exiled Chinese dissident, Wu'er Kaixi, because of his work in human rights.
KwikDesk's founder Kevin Abosch said: "Aside from helping with translation of the product, [Wu'er] is also helping us reach the Chinese market."
He also said the Chinese version of KwikDesk could potentially be an alternative platform for China's huge online population.
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