I grew up in China accustomed to fake and poor quality goods. They were just everywhere. I never expected my shoes, for example, to last more than one year, and most of the time did not assume the Nike sweater I was wearing was...Read More
Josie Liu is a journalist from China who once worked for the South China Morning Post and other newspapers in Beijing. She currently writes the “China in Transition” blog.
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Posted by Josie Liu | Aug 20, 2008
Lang Ping is receiving a lot of criticism from Chinese netizens after the USA women’s volleyball team she coached defeated the Chinese team. There are people calling her a traitor, or accusing her of breaking Chinese...Read More
Posted by Josie Liu | Jun 5, 2008
Many Chinese people from all round the country are posting messages on BBS, blogs or chat-rooms calling on fellow citizens to join relief work and rebuilding efforts in the earthquake struck area in southwest China. On...Read More
Posted by Josie Liu | Apr 16, 2008
A boycott against French retail giant Carrefour in China was recently waged on the Internet in the wake of the troubled Olympic Torch Relay. A message has been widely circulated on the web calling on the Chinese public to stay...Read More
Posted by Josie Liu | Jan 29, 2008
Among hundreds of TV dramas aired across China in 2007, ten received the most reviews from blogs on Sina.com, one of China’s largest blog sites, according to a ranking released by Sina blog this month. It is interesting to see...Read More
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