Chinese Anti-corruption Website Crashes from ‘Too Many Hits’ – Reuters

From Reuters via ABCNews: A Chinese Government website encouraging citizens to report corruption has crashed on its first day under the weight of too many hits. China’s National Bureau of Corruption Prevention was formed in September after a string of high-profile scandals involving Government officials. By the afternoon, the website could not be opened, the […]

Chinese Website To Expose Air Polluters – Justine Lau and Laura Dixon

From The Financial Times: One of China’s leading environmental activists has launched a “name and shame” website that maps the locations of more than 4,000 air polluters in the country, including 40 multinational companies. The move highlights the push by activists to put pressure on corporate polluters in China, which is expected to become the […]

New Website Rankings From 2006 – Lyn Jeffery

From Virtual China Blog: Looks like the big news is that Sohu is no longer in the top 3 portals in China, but has been knocked out by Tencent. 55% of Chinese Internet users used Sina last year; 51% hit Netease; 48% used Tencent, according to the Internet Guide 2007 China Internet Survey Report (in […]

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