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· September, 2009

Stories about China from September, 2009

China: When will the sunshine come?

Chinese officials will soon be required to report all their assets as part of an anti-corruption "Sunshine Act" of the Communist Party. But resistance so far has been significant, leading...

China: Mooncake

China: Humanistic measures towards filial criminals

China: Visa to Tibet

China: Censorship arms race escalates

China: Re-programming CCTV

China: Xinjiang restaurant blown up

China: Is Bo Xilai's corruption crackdown good for China?

"Who can ensure that the impartial and incorruptible anti-corruption heroes of today, with their unrestricted power, won't end up on the same path as their predecessors tomorrow?"

China: Crowd sourced translation and the issue of copyright

China: Preparation for 60th anniversary of PRC

China: Reflections on blogging

Can social media help make microfinance sustainable?

Microfinance agencies provide loans to small businesspeople who often can’t meet the strict credit terms of large banks. Either these entrepreneurs don’t have the capital or the cash to back...

India: China Backs Insurgency

China: Beijing students protest against parade rehersals

In the upcoming October 1 celebration of the 60th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China, Beijing will be mobilizing over one hundred thousands secondary and university students for parades....

Taiwan: Kaohsiung set to screen film amidst controversy

China: Mainland Blogger’s ironic review of shabby government buildings in Taiwan

Blogger Lv Se De Shou Cang recently ran a photo journal titled 'A look at some of the administrative buildings in Taiwan', which has also generated interesting comments.

China: Pretending to be a reporter

China: The Founding of a Republic

As a celebration of the upcoming 60th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China on 1 October, the all-star epic “The Founding of a Republic” will be...

China: Here comes the Laowai

China: Verifying reports of Ai Weiwei's surgery

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