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· April, 2005

Stories about East Asia from April, 2005

27 April 2005

Isaac Mao's take on the China protests

Isaac Mao believes theres not more to the anti-Japan protests than just government manipulation: Just in these two days, China gov tighten the control of internet to prevent from any...

20 April 2005

Tagging for Chinese-Japanese dialogue.

USE THIS TAG: cn_jp_dialog We've had some Sino-Japanese-U.S. email exchanges going on to discuss the best way to foster a rational discussion on the latest Chinese-Japanese tensions. Eventually a group...

19 April 2005

How can we promote Chinese-Japanese dialogue online?

Joi Ito has a thoughtful post responding to the anti-Japanese demonstrations in China. An excerpt: As a Japanese who has a great deal of sympathy and empathy for China, what...

18 April 2005

Chinese Bloggers’ Reactions on Recent Anti-Japan Protest

Despite government restrictions, hundreds of blog posts were able to make their way through to the internet, providing a wide range of information and opinions on the Anti-Japanese protests that...

7 April 2005

Isaacmao.com blocked

Isaac at the Harvard Global Voices gathering, photo by Jeff Ooi. As some of our readers have pointed out, Isaac Mao's site – isaacmao.com – is being blocked. Isaac gives...

4 April 2005

Joi to visit KL

We are organising a KL Bloggers Meet when Joi hits town on April 18.

Conflict in the South of Thailand

Fears have heightend as 15 months of unrest is spreadin in Thailand's southern provinces. This blog - Conflict in teh South of Thailand - provides a vantage point.

Isaac Mao's April Fools Joke

Isaac Mao describes his April Fools joke on the Chinese internet police.

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