Zuosa.com, one of the first Chinese Twitter clones announced on its website to stop operating in next month citing inadequate resources to sustain the service. Zuosa translates to “what are you doing”.

zuosa announcement on homepage

Founded in 2007, two years before Sina Weibo’s inception in late 2009, Zuosa is among the first batch of Chinese Twitter clones along with Fanfou, Digu and Jiwai. Now after nearly six year of – let’s just say – developing, Fanfou is still there, struggling; jiwai.de appears to be out of service; digu doesn’t sound right after a big downsizing and pivoting; Zuosa is to shutter soon.

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Ben Jiang

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