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· January, 2011

Stories about Chinese from January, 2011

Taiwan: Animal protection “cockroaches” on Facebook

Taiwan: Ma Ying-jeou on Facebook

China: A Subversive New Years’ Video Card

Taiwan: Dacheng Wetland, not a wetland?

China: Robot animation for the holidays

China: P2P service down for copyright compliance

Taiwan: Greenpeace member arrested

China: Domestic national image film

Taiwan: Product placement and the petrochemical industry

If a petrochemical company treats bloggers to a cushy on-site tour, do posts that follow count as corporate astroturfing? What, as some have alleged, if the excursion was funded by...

China: Falun Gong Tiananmen immolation incident ten years on

China: CNNIC releases new Internet statistics

Taiwan: Don't be a lousy traveler

China: Mapping labor unrest

China: Presidents Hu and Obama set to talk

Chinese President Hu Jintao arrives in Washington, DC today for face time with President Obama. How would you start off a dinner like that? And currency revaluation? One Chinese blogger...

China: Tense days and nights in Tunis

Excerpts of a series of blog posts this week from a Chinese woman living and working in the Tunisian capital.

China: No more award and prize!

It is clear that the Chinese government is not happy about the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize. However, it is beyond normal people's imagination that the propaganda machine would turn its...

China: Social media for social change

It would be innocent to think that social media can lead to revolutionary changes in China, but we should not underestimate the potential of micro-power for social progress, China media...

Taiwan: Petrochemical industry pays for blog posts

China: Microbloggers meet their maker, but is he the only one?

Writer Ran Yunfei examines the scorching welcome China's most public Internet censor received when he tried to start microblogging last month, and looks at what this means for the future...

China: Brutal Eviction

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