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Chinese Media and the Information Revolution

Chinese Media and the Information Revolution by Shanthi Kalathil In July 2001, a small tin mine in Guangxi province flooded, trapping and killing scores of miners. What followed became emblematic of a growing trend in China. Amplified by the information revolution, the story itself became the story. Neighborhood media outlets, cowed into silence by local […]

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Making Internet Chinese

‘Why We Want to Make the Internet Chinese’ Guangming Daily (government-owned), Beijing, China, Sept. 3, 2003 Zhou Hongyi, CEO of 3721, demonstrates his company’s flagship product, software that allows users to type Chinese characters directly on the Internet (Photo: Mark Ralston/AFP-Getty Images). The latest buzzword in the ever-changing world of the Chinese Internet is “thorough […]

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Notel expands Chinese Presence

Notel is significantly expanding their presents in China, embarking $200 million over the next three years. The canidian’s largest telecom equipment maker sees China as the most important market and a source for technology talent. according to ottawa business journal’s report.

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