Baidu, China’s most popular search engine, was hacked this morning and is still inaccessible. From People’s Daily: Chinese netizens pointed out that the hackers, who call themselves “Iranian Cyber Army”,...
by cschultz | Jan 7, 2010
From Voice of America: But a violent demonstration in late December in Tehran involving thousands of Iranian protesters was enough to prompt Chinese activists to register the Internet domain name “CN4Iran-dot-org”...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 4, 2010
The Los Angeles Times blog looks at the movement in China to support protesters in Iran: The governments of Iran and China have grown considerably closer in recent years as the two regional powerhouses find themselves with...
by Xiao Qiang | Jan 2, 2010
From Persian2English’s Blog: (the information about the armoured vehicles in this text has been confirmed by multiple sources): Finally, with the arrival of the first shipment of armoured vehicles, China has officially...
by Xiao Qiang | Dec 27, 2009
CNN iReport: During today’s protests in Iran, as always, Twitter saw a surge of tweets from protests in Iran giving updates on the latest developments and using Twitter for coordination purposes. However, this time around,...
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