Paulina Hartono

Paulina Hartono is a graduate of UC Berkeley.

History is the Key to Reconciliation – Lee Ting-tsan (李丁讚)

From The Taipei Times: Through amendments to the Regulations for Designating and Abolishing Historical Sites (古蹟指定及廢止審查辦法), the Council for Cultural Affairs has transferred authority over National Taiwan Democracy Hall, formerly Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, to the central government and has removed the inscription dazhong zhizheng (大中至正) from the main gate to the square in front […]

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A Blow to Citizen Bloggers

From Global Voices Online blog: Below is Zola‘s recount of what he’s been through over the past few days and his abrupt conclusion. In a second blog post since his forced return earlier this week he talks of redirecting the space to focus more on blogger education, but also mentions some unfinished business related to […]

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How to Make the Foreign Media’s Task That Little Bit Easier – Chris O’Brien

From The Beijing Newspeak blog: “It’s because the foreign media is so biased.” A well-worn defence, put forward by many a state media journalist, to justify resolutely one-sided reporting, deletions of chunks of critical speeches delivered by visiting dignitaries and even the censoring of its own government officials when they suffer unexpected honesty attacks. I […]

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