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· October, 2008

Stories about China from October, 2008

Corporations Agree to Standards for Internet Freedom

The Global Network Initiative has been launched. The Initiative is a code of conduct for corporations on privacy and free speech created by a coalition of human rights, media development...

China: Blog is Outdated?

The 4th Chinese Blogger Conference will be held November 15-16th, 2008, in Guangzhou, China. However, in the past year, there is a continuing discussion in the Chinese blogosphere on whether...

China and U.S: World of Warcraft

China: Crisis and Opportunity

China: Uyghurs Speak Out on Hotel Restrictions

China: Shanghainese

China: Quiet at Melamine tainted-eggs

China: No Uyghurs in our Hotel

Taiwan: Huge crowd at 1025 protest

Taiwan: Protest to defend Sovereignty

China: Rumors and Authorities

China: “Criminal” with Human Rights Award

Last week (Oct 23) it was announced that the European Parliaments’ Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought has been awarded to Chinese political activist Hu Jia. On the other hand,...

China: To be Dead or Not? Amnesty Appeal for Cop-killer

Scores of scholars and journalists appealed of an amnesty for cop-killer Yangjia, arguing it can be a great time to launch a repeal of death sentence. But opposite voices argued...

China: Economic Softlanding

China and Taiwan: Zhang Mingqing Incident

China: Shekou 30th anniversary

Taiwan: Protests against ARATS Vice-Chairman

China: Microsoft vs. netizens

A hard battle is looming. Microsoft vs. millions of piracy users, international corporation vs. developing state, who will win the final victory?

China: Child Labor

China: City Mayor Responds To Internet Rumor

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