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Wuyue Sanren Reacts to Xi Jinping’s Shoe Comment

This past weekend, Xi Jinping told an audience at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations that “only the wearer knows if the shoe fits his foot.” Netizens have taken Xi to task on his characterization...

Destiny in the Flood Waters

Beijing’s floods are emblematic of government mismanagement. Chinese netizens are quick to make...

Twenty Most Influential Figures in China’s Cyberspace

In the post-Olympics China, another round of media crackdown is clearly underway. Still, the Southern Metropolis Weekly just profiled 20 of the most influential bloggers and commentators in China’s cyberspace, who possess...

Even If the Mayor Transforms Into An Octopus . . .

David Bandurski from China Media Project writes on a story appearing in The Shanxi Daily on October 4, 2008. The story details the mayor of Changzhi giving out namecards so residents can call the mayor and the Party secretary to...

Chinese Bloggers: A Patriot Like Me

In Chinese, the two-character word Guo Jia (国家) means “country,” but is also a synonym for ‘state,” “government” and even “nation” in both its daily and formal media uses. On the...



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