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· October, 2007

Stories about Chinese from October, 2007

31 October 2007

Hong Kong: City of Sorrow

28 October 2007

China: Rules of Olympic engagement

Leading Hong Kong Democrat Martin Lee calls for increased dialogue on China's human rights record as the Olympics approach and gets labeled a traitor, quite possibly due mainly to a...

27 October 2007

China: Tiger! Tiger?

Zhou Zhenglong, a villager in Shaanxi shot pictures of a wild South China tiger, but its veracity was soon put under questions by netizens. As the government and experts joined...

26 October 2007

China: Official excess met with humor, scorn, death threats

Bloggers for some reason kept mostly or dead quiet about the 17th Party Congress while it was being held during the third week of this month, and now that it's...

25 October 2007

China: Reporting Moon Orbiter

24 October 2007

China: Same Life Same Price

23 October 2007

China: Heavy schooling fees and migrant workers

Yuan Guiren, Chinese Vice Education Minister, emphasized the equal education rights for the migrant workers’ children at the CPC press conference last Saturday. However, the tough reality makes some migrant...

Hong Kong: University Master Plan

Taiwan and Burma: Burmese Chinese in Taiwan

21 October 2007

China: Cop catches suspect using Google Earth

When border cops couldn't find one suspected human smuggler, blogs GSeeker's Ken Wong, they went knocking on the door of one local police officer who uses Google Earth to keep...

19 October 2007

China: Should I Shut Up?

Taiwan: 2007 Taiwan Pride Parade

On October 13th, the fifth Taiwan Pride Parade took place in the eastern district of Taipei. Close to fifteen thousand people joined in this activity. The theme this year is...