China: Lists – John Kennedy

From Global Voices Online:

Blogger’s block, we all get it sometimes. Ruthless readers, our editors, don’t have time for excuses. So what’s a blogger to do? Lists! Here are few from the last few days of the Chinese blogsphere, ordered with a certain amount of thematic continuity:…

-The internet is now becoming a game between giants;
-The days of fighting the good fight are over, cooperation is competition’s necessity;
-Search engines and ads have become the key to establishing cooperative relationships;
-In central operations, there is no cooperation between Google, Yahoo! and Microsoft, only competition;
-Google has the largest number of cooperation partners;…. [Full Text]

a few days ago, Director General of the Guangdong Province Public Security Department Liang Guoju was quoted in the media claiming the provincial capitol Guangzhou to be one of the safest cities in the country. Guangzhou residents scoffed at the thought and A-list Chinese blogger Wang Xiaofeng, visiting the Southern China metropolis this week, asked in a post , “if Guangzhou is safe, are there still dangerous places left on this planet?” In the same post he lists some comments netizens left in response to news portal Sina.com coverage:

-Of the three cities Guangzhou, Baghdad and Beirut, Guangzhou is the safest.
-The title [of the news report] should be: ‘Gangsters Unanimously Agree: Guangzhou Is One Of The Safest Cities’. Please make this correction, thank you!!…[Full Text in Chinese]

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