Wu Hao

Wu Hao’s Deleted Microblog Exchange About Google

Wu Hao (伍皓), deputy director of the Yunnan Province Propaganda Department, has received a great deal of attention for his controversial efforts to interact online with netizens and give Chinese government policies a kinder,...

Interview With Wu Hao

Roland Soong of EastSouthWestNorth translates an interview with Wu Hao, deputy director of the Yunnan provincial party committee publicity department, known most notably for his department’s actions after the “Elude...

How China Polices The Internet

From Financial Times: An executive working at one of China’s leading internet portals tells me: “The task [for the Communist party] has been to allow enough noise in the system for people to let off steam and make them feel that...

Bloggers Help Free Chinese Filmmaker – Eugenia Chien

From New America Media: Technology has been a way to thwart the government’s efforts in controlling the public. In 1989, Tiananmen Square protesters used fax machines to reach out to the international press. Last year, 12,000 workers mobilized using cell phone text messages to go on strike against their company. The blogosphere’s high interconnectedness made […]

China frees film maker after 5 months in isolation – Reuters

From Reuters: A Chinese film maker and permanent U.S. resident has been freed after being held in isolation and without charge in China for five months, a Paris-based press watchdog said on Wednesday. Hao Wu, who returned to China in 2004 after living in the United States for 12 years, was detained on February 22 […]

Shattering the China Dream – Rebecca MacKinnon

From the Washington Post (link): With Chinese President Hu Jintao in the United States this week, Americans have an opportunity to assess his regime. What is this country to think? On the one hand his government has raised the living standards of millions of its citizens with economic reform and international trade. On the other […]

Hao Wu’s sister blogs about his detention – Rebecca MacKinnon

From Rebecca MacKinnon’s RConversation blog (link): Nina Wu, sister of the detained filmmaker and Global Voices contributor Hao Wu has now started a blog on MSN Spaces. It includes a photo gallery of “Haozi” as the family calls him. Even if you don’t know Chinese, leave her a comment in English and let her know […]

Free Hao Wu! – Global Voices

The following was provided by Rebecca MacKinnon of Global Voices. For more information see www.freehaowu.org: On March 22nd it will be one month since filmmaker and Global Voices Northeast Asia Editor Hao Wu was detained without charge. We appeal to the Chinese government for Hao Wu’s immediate release! What happened to Hao?

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