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· June, 2006

Stories about China from June, 2006

China: Senior high reflections

China: Those left behind

Hong Kong: Chinese commander charged

Hong Kong: Shopping technocrats

China: Uyghurs extradited

China: What expats read

China: Tips on raising kids

China: Artist-blogger leaves

China: Crazy Football Commentator

Huang Jianxiang , one of the most popular football commentators of China Central Television, or CCTV, has been in the center of a controversy recently seen in both the mainstream...

China: Victims of China's Cultural Revolution, your stories can always be blogged (3/4)

Currently unable in today's political climate to have his years of research into the stories of those persecuted as right wing elements during China's ultra-left Cultural Revolution published, blogger-journalist Ran...

China: Media bill resisted

China: Braving breast cancer

China: Beijing's black footballers

China: Hopes, one day

China: When cops tail you

China: Free media takeover

Chinese Netizen Became Ohmynews Journalist

China: Four months later

China: When studying hard doesn't get you into college, there's always corruption

The obsessive amount of attention paid to Gao Kao (高考)—China's university entrance exams—each year suggests either collective national psychic trauma or an education system ready for some reform. Although the...

Plane Crashed in Fujian

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