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WeChat, China’s most popular messaging app, is growing at an exponential pace.

In the first quarter of 2018, it generated more than $1 billion in revenue, according to a report published on Thursday by the consulting firm IHS.

And the company’s CEO recently said that he thinks its growth will exceed $2 billion by 2020.

But for the most part, the company has focused on building the brand and reputation of its WeChat messaging app in order to attract and retain talent.

In addition to its massive growth, WeChat also has been able to boost its reputation by keeping its employees on-message and making the app available on the platform for free to all.

While its users are more likely to be women, its culture and culture of interaction with its users is more likely toward men.

While we’re talking about WeChat users, its users in China are mostly middle-aged men.

So, in the eyes of some, Wechat users are less attractive to women, and they’re more likely not to share their experiences with their friends.

The results have been especially troubling for Chinese women who work in the technology sector, such as social media managers, journalists, writers, and editors.

The study found that wechat users had a higher rate of being offended, harassed, and harassed.

And WeChat is a major target for harassment because it is a popular messaging service for Chinese users.

In the study, the researchers asked WeChat workers to rate the number of people who had insulted them on WeChat.

The average score was 9, which is higher than the average score of 6 for men in the same group.

The researchers found that more than 80 percent of the women in the group rated themselves as having been insulted by more than one person, compared to 30 percent of men.

And they were more likely than men to be verbally harassed by more people.

And in general, WeM users in the study reported that they had been insulted more often by a group of five or fewer people.

“Our findings highlight the challenges faced by WeChat and other platforms, and underscore the importance of fostering a culture of empathy and respect among our users and the companies we work with,” said Dr. Liu Xiao, who led the study and is an assistant professor at China’s Beijing Academy of Social Sciences.

“We are all humans, and there is a human need for empathy,” he said.

In an interview, Xiao said that WeChat’s culture of wechat was a good starting point, but that we should continue to improve its communication skills.

He said that the company should focus more on making its users feel more comfortable, rather than making them feel less comfortable.