Blogger Leads China to Free-Thinking Revolution – physorg.com

From Physorg.com:

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, a Shanghai-based software engineer for US chipmaker Intel, shows off his website, CNBlog.org, China’s first online discussion forum about blogging technology, during an interview in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, 29 March 2007.

It was spring 2002 when Isaac Mao, a Shanghai-based software engineer for US chipmaker Intel, first came across Internet blogs.

He was immediately struck by the freedom of expression the online journals offered ordinary citizens, and with a fellow blogger from a remote part of east China’s Fujian province he set up CNBlog.org, China’s first online discussion forum about blogging technology. [Full Text]

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