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Mr Ngo argued Parliament should have more time to consider his amendments."My amendments are pretty straightforward, pretty practical and I think honourable members need more time to think it through," he said.
All Mr Ngo's amendments were voted down, with the bill eventually passing with a conscience vote, 13 to eight.
Ms Lensink said the bill's success in the Upper House is likely to help sex workers feel safer."I think that helps a lot of the people who were working in the industry who were made to feel unsafe to assist them in going forward."The bill will now go before the Lower House where MPs will also be able to cast a conscience vote.
Mobile instant messaging has become a key battleground for control of China’s internet services market.
"It's certainly not ideal for members of the parliament to put amendments to bills late," she said."It's not well regarded by most people.
Their inclusion in the below list is based on how innovative the apps are in terms of platform and services, as well as user base and popularity.
Though no match to Whats App or Facebook messenger, which have over 700 million and 600 million monthly active users (MAU) worldwide, We Chat - with 500 million MAUs as of the end of last year - is without any doubt the top mobile chatting app in mainland China.
Begun as a project at Tencent’s research and project centre in Guangzhou - away from its Shenzhen headquarters - in 2010, it caught on very quickly, growing to 50 million users in its first year.
Tencent has since expanded the app into a mobile platform, with payment, gaming and social media services.
Tencent’s QQ was first released in 1999 under the name of OICQ, which was changed to QQ after the threat of a trademark infringement lawsuit by ICQ, the owned by AOL.