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· December, 2007

Stories about Chinese from December, 2007

China: Guangxi Nailhouse

China: Ant Farmers’ Open Letter to Hu Jintao

Hong Kong: Top News in 2007 Blogosphere

As the year end is approaching, local blogger sidekick has her picks of "Top News in Hong Kong 2007 Blogosphere". She also calls for more comments and suggestions for the...

China: Official Olympics channel's unveiling ceremony crashed

How did a couple's marital issues become today's top sports story? She's a prominent Beijing television broadcaster, he's one of Chinese sports news' top official faces for the Olympics; she...

China: Hospital Sues Local Governments

China: 1Bao Blocked

Hong Kong: Wedding Card Street

China: Scientist's Wage

China:Seething Eve on Nankai Campus

Though it is not the first time for a crash between pass-by vehicles and students riding bicycles, in the campus of Nankai University, such a significant accident is unprecedented. Hundreds...

China: Top 10 Chinese Internet News 2007

China: Bird Nest National Stadium Recycling

China: Outraged Students Crushing Car

Hong Kong: Learning From the F Word

China: Scrap the death penalty?

Was it New Jersey's undoing of the 1976 reinstatement of capital punishment earlier this month, or the United Nations General Assembly's call for a worldwide moratorium on the death penalty...

Taiwan: An Ironic Human Rights Day

In this article, I will carry on the subject from my last article in bringing you information on human rights in Taiwan. Top Ten News on Human Rights The Taiwan...

China: Zuola on how citizen media should work

A fist-chop in the throat and surveillance by secret police seems to have put a swift end to the career of China's most popular investigative blogger Zhou “Zuola” Shuguang, but...

Hong Kong: Currency Peg

China: Fixed Price Begging and IPO

Taiwan: Gtalk Translation

China: Sobbing without tears

A land thirsty for water is calling for help. How many more villages would die out due to the drought? How much more land would be eroded, even buried by...

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