Media tycoon Rupert Murdoch said Tuesday that his wife Wendy Deng was working on a News Corp plan to take its MySpace social networking site into China, the Financial Times reported. "We have to make MySpace a very Chinese site," Murdoch said. "I have sent my wife across there because she understands the language." News Corp CEO Murdoch bought MySpace, through which more than 100 million Internet users around the world shared text, pictures and video last year. Murdoch said that Deng, who is not employed by News Corp, was in China with company executives working on the political obstacles that foreign media groups encounter in dealing with Chinese authorities keen to retain some control over content. He said that MySpace China would likely have local partners with a share of around 50%.