Blogger Ping Ke talked to MSNBC about the closure of Bullog, freedom of expression, and the role of the Internet in China: Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy
Jan 9, 2009
From TIME Magazine’s China Blog: Today a prominent mainland blog site, bullog.cn, was blocked, which may also be connected to Charter 08. A few of the liberal outlet’s bloggers wrote about the document, and at least...
Dec 29, 2008
C.A. Yeung writes in the Under the Jacaranda Tree blog: Bullog 牛博网, a progressive blog portal, becomes the next victim of a purge that has swept across the blogosphere in China since the release of Charter 08. As a result,...
Oct 31, 2007
From the China in Transition blog: There are signs that public discussions on the Internet in China have been put under tighter control lately. Bullog.cn, a blog site featuring intellectuals’ discussion over political, society and cultural topics, is suspended. Currently on its homepage is nothing but one notice that reads: “Bullog is going through additional […]
Aug 9, 2006
From Global Voices Online: The Chinese blogsphere took a substantial step closer to the blogblogrevolution late last month when the very ‘bull’ (Chinese for cool) and well-known blogger Luo Yonghao (ÁΩóÊ∞∏Êµ©) rounded up all the hippest, smartest and most progressive of bloggers on his list and launched his Bullog.cn blog aggregator of sorts. Just a […]
CDT in the News
- MIT Technology Review – Now China wants to censor online comments
- The Globe and Mail – Shanghai leaves lockdown after two months, but ‘zero COVID’ policy remains
- WION – Shanghai residents spent 2 months ‘locked’ up, but China bans media from calling it a ‘lockdown’
- The Independent – Shanghai prohibits media from using the term ‘lockdown’
- Guardian – Shanghai reportedly bans media use of the term ‘lockdown’ as lockdown ends