Support Global Voices

To stay independent, free, and sustainable, our community needs the help of friends and readers like you.

Donate now »

· August, 2009

Stories about China from August, 2009

China and Taiwan: Dalai Lama's visit, inevitably political

Yesterday Dalai Lama arrived in Taiwan on a visit that has been denounced by China. The trip, requested by Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) to President Ma Ying-jeou, aimed at comforting...

Myanmar: Tension in the Sino-Burmese border

China: Are Tibetan Bloggers Being Silenced?

Quite alarming to report that all of the most popular Tibetan language blog hosting sites (except one) have been inaccessible for almost three weeks now. Although it is fairly common...

China admits organ harvesting as main source of transplantation

China: Mobile phone and Dissent 2.0

China: Cheap money policy

China: Free speech under control 2.0

China: The Death of the Internet Addict Youth

Ukraine: In Chinese, Yanukovych is Yushchenko?

China: Tan Zuoren’s Defense Statement

China Internet blocks bad enough to chase you away?

China: CO2 emissions will peak at 2030

China: The fate of Philanthropists in Sodom

China: Why have they taken citizen Xu Zhiyong?

China: Curing Internet Addiction

China: Rape and beatings in a Beijing “black jail” hotel

China: Dangers Of Uploading Your Photo Onto The Internet

China: Significance of Xu Zhiyong

Blogging with HIV: “Love is still possible”

A growing number of HIV-positive bloggers around the world are using citizen media to express how they live with the virus, although speaking openly about HIV/AIDS can be difficult.

Algeria: Business as Usual After Chinese Face Off

The influx of Chinese immigrants to Algeria ignited a face off between the immigrants and locals when about 100 residents and migrants clashed, using knives and bludgeons. Bloggers weigh in.

Love reading Global Voices?

Help us understand our readers by completing a quick survey »