China’s Ministry of Public Security announced Sunday that police had seized more than 300 kilograms of illegal drugs and arrested more than 12,000 people involved in production and trafficking through a network of online...
by Kate Zhao | May 22, 2008
The death toll from the Sichuan earthquake has reached more than 51,000 and the estimated number of deaths, missing and buried is now more than 70,000. However, a Liaoning girl uploaded a video criticizing how the Sichuan quake...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 25, 2005
From the South China Morning Post, via Asia Media: A plan by the mainland’s dominant instant messenger portal, QQ, to require that organisers and governors of chat groups register their real names has triggered a storm of protest among users. QQ has more than 400 million registered users, and membership is required to take part […]
by Sophie Beach | May 19, 2005
In the Guardian, Xinran writes: The Chinese chatroom I visited, www.qq.com, was already full of “Wang-Min”- internet obsessives – fighting over the issue of “how to view love affairs”. I immediately regretted that I had not visited the site earlier. It is a really good place to find “freedom of the press” from Chinese women: […]
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