Editor’s note: A version of this post first appeared on Yicai Global, the English-language financial news service of Shanghai Media Group. Yicai Global is one of just two dedicated Chinese news feeds connected to the Bloomberg terminal.

QQ, the social media and messaging app created by Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings Ltd. , has rolled out a children’s edition of its news portal.

Youngsters aged under 12 can access the targeted news by specifying their age on the platform. Unlike its adult news service, the version for kids will focus on popularizing science and educational content to prevent social and celebrity gossip from tarnishing the country’s youth.

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Yicai Global is the English-language financial news service of Shanghai Media Group and is one of just two dedicated Chinese news feeds connected to the Bloomberg terminal.