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· September, 2006

Stories about China from September, 2006

China: Killing chickens, not for bird flu

A corruption probe has led to the dismissal of Chen Liangyu, the highest-ranked Communist official in Shanghai and key member of former Chairman Jiang Zemin‘s Shanghai Gang, a rival faction...

China: the reply of the spoofed poet

China: harmonious society

China: internet mobs hunt Accord Girl

China: Promiscuity crime

China: education VS media

Africa: new economic frontier for China and India

Hong Kong: GP batteries sues labour groups

China: spoofing Confucius

The new, standardized statue of Confucius was unveiled on September 23 by the China Confucius Institute. Here are some reactions from the blogsphere: Xiong pei-yun points out that the standarization...

China: civilised traveller

China: The Unpublished FoxConn Story

China: a teacher put to jail

China: Shanghai corruption scandal

China: strike hard campaign

China: listen to the movie producer

China: 2nd Chinese blogger conference

China: How much are Chinese professors paid?

China: Cows, pigs and balls

Last week, two women at Bullog.cn—a blogger's portal unique in that it was set up by prominent bloggers themselves as opposed to a large media corporation—acted on dissatisfaction with what...

China: wiki's definition of national security police

China and Korea: History wars

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