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· July, 2007

Stories about Chinese from July, 2007

China: Citywide taxi strike

It seems the ten thousand taxi drivers in one Chinese city have all gone on strike, bloggers are making this much clear. Local media appears not to be reporting on...

Hong Kong: Mainstream Media VS Cyber bullying

Erynnyes from Those were the days commented on the recent cyber bullying case and pointed out that the blogger and editor Zhou Li had also made unfair comments on Mr....

China: Reporter Recieved Death Threat

Pang Jia-ming wrote in his blog that he had received some death threats through mobile text messages and e-mails. According to another blogger, Wang Kei qin, Pang is an investigative...

Hong Kong: Union Organizer Arrested

In response to a call from the International Trade Union Confederation(ITF), unionists in Hong Kong organized a peaceful protest at the Iran Consulate in Hong Kong against the illegal arrest...

Hong Kong: Sorry, you have no rights to know

The Television and entertainment licensing authory (TELA) has given out 17 advices in the book fair (one of them is the “Love Mythology”), citizen reporter, Ip Iam Chong from inmediahk.net,...

Hong Kong: King of Kwoloon Pass Away

Big sister from Life is but an empty dream… blogs about the King's life. He is also a Mr. Tsang who cliamed he owned the land in Kwoloon district by...

China: Blogging summer floods

As floods continue to rise up across China this summer, leaving hundreds dead and millions fleeing from their homes, citizen reporter bloggers in China have been keeping a close eye...

Hong Kong: Cyber bullying

A newspapers editor and blogger Chow Chauli was attacked by some netizens in her blog's comment section because of her criticism in the newspapers about a B.T user “Nike” who...

China: Fake baozi news turned into media control

Yang Hang-jun from Horizon 360 comments on the reaction of the party and government officials on the fake baozi news: the propaganda about the news had affected beijing and party...

China: Soft Advice In a Harmonious Society

Wang Lin noticed that there are many “soft and warm advice notices” around China, such as: “Soft and warm advice: please take care of your belonging, if you lose anything,...

China: Dispossessed farmers beaten

The local government wants to build a new administration tower, 240 farmers in Jiangxi province claim, but they don't even have enough to pay us back for the land it...

China: Rodent population problem

A lake swells and two billion rats flee into farmland, destroying many crops. A massive extermination campaign is launched bringing in ninety tons of rodent in less than a month...

Hong Kong: Selective Prosecution on Illegal Broadcasting

The Office of Telecommunication Authority had decided to prosecute guest speakers from a Civic radio channel which organized public broadcast illegally to protest against the government strict control over radio...

Hong Kong: Rubbish Collection Container

Citizen reporter one dollar health wrote at inmediahk about the new design of the rubbish collection container [zh]. The Hong Kong government has recently changed the design of rubbish collection...

China: 750,000 annual pollution deaths

750,000 premature deaths each year from air and water pollution—a statistic the Chinese government sought to keep secret for fear of social unrest should that be publicly known. Word's out...

Hong Kong: Screen Curtain Buildings

Some citizen reporters took a short video on the screen curtain residential buildings in Western Kowloon district at inmediahk.net.

China and Taiwan: Presidential House Debate

William long blogs a recent debate between China and Taiwan netizen on the marking of presidential house in google map (zh). Some mainland netizens marked the building “Fake Presidential House”...

China: Black cotton factory

Wang hao fung from moobol posted a report and photos of an illegal black cotton factory in Wuhan city (zh). Workers were working in a terribly polluted environment.

China: Indifferent society

Lui qui lu wei from 1510 criticized the Chinese society being too indifferent and cruel(zh). Recently a young person was drowning in the flood, more than a thousands onlookers surrounded...

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Oi wan Lam is the North East Asia editor. Email her story ideas or volunteer to write.


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