Originally posted in 2011, this Ming’en Media video explains just how much every...
by Xiao Qiang | Jan 29, 2009
The Chinese government has launched a new wave of the ongoing Internet crackdown against vulgar and pornographic content. Many Chinese bloggers have reacted strongly to the campaign; here are some samples of their reactions....
by Xiao Qiang | Jan 25, 2009
From Toutingditai blog, translated by CDT’s Lucy Lin: Since its release on December 9, 2008, Charter 08 has already obtained over 7,000 signatures in support from people of all levels and places in society, including the...
by Xiao Qiang | Jan 11, 2009
Blogger Tang Xiaozhao (唐小昭) was born in Chongqing. She studied cosmetology in Beijing and is currently working in a not-for-profit agency in Shanghai. In the Chinese blogosphere, she is also known as Persian Xiaozhao (波斯小昭). Her...
by Xiao Qiang | Jan 8, 2009
The latest hot item in Chinese cyberspace is a “2009 Public Relations Maintenance Budget Form” spreadsheet in the form of Google Docs, allegedly from Liaocheng XinAo (新奥) Gas Company, a Hong Kong-listed clean energy...
by Japhet Weeks | Jan 7, 2009
Zhang Wen (章文) calls himself “a media person in the time of China’s transition” on his own blog. The thirty-something writer/editor was head of the editorial department of Xinhua’s Globe magazine, among...
by Priscilla Jiao | Oct 16, 2008
Zhai Minglei, has been the founder and journalist of the blog “Yi Bao” (“One Man’s Paper”, www.1bao.org) since 2007, and the editor-in-chief of the citizen journalism magazine Minjian (“Folk”) from 2005 to 2007. The magazine...
by Gao Fei | Oct 2, 2008
The following is an account of the heart-wrenching experience shared by 40 parents of missing children. After the Olympics and Paralympics had finished, they went to Beijing to petition for help to find their children. Written...
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