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· September, 2007

Stories about Chinese from September, 2007

17 September 2007

China: Has Crazy English gone crazy?

“Stand up, those who refused to be slaves……,” This is what Chinese national anthem tells. But in a class by Li Yang in Crazy English, over 3000 students kneeled down...

16 September 2007

China: Blogs ground down as National Congress gears up

The best approach the government was able to come up with to address any issues anyone might want to talk about as the Seventeenth National Congress draws closer was to...

12 September 2007

Hong Kong: Stop Writing Blog

11 September 2007

China: Senior sues would-be Samaritan

An older woman is knocked down as she tries to board a bus and breaks her collarbone. A young man, the first to have just exited the bus, helps her...

China: Popular Reporters’ Blogs Forced To Shut Down

5 September 2007

China: Violent BBQ crackdown backfires

City administration officials in Chongqing attacked an illegal barbecue vendor, then the massive crowd which had formed attacked them, setting fire to the officials' vehicle; the riot squad was called...

China: Song on GFW

2 September 2007

China: Charity pulled for thankless poor students

A lot of embarrassed discussion has come out of the scandal this past week which many are calling CharityGate (慈善门), when five of the nineteen lower-income university students sponsored by...