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· November, 2010

Stories about China from November, 2010

WikiLeaks About Korea

China: Junior high school boy beaten to death by classmates

China: “Hang the Slaves of the West”

A new website that vilifies Chinese political liberals, including 2010 Nobel Prize winner Liu Xiaobo, has caught the attention of the Chinese internet for its extreme views. Why has it...

China: Censorship instruction November 22-28

Brand China

China: 97% Of Chinese Want To Live In The U.S?

China: Wikileaks on Google hacking incident

China: ‘Ditch oil’ floods restaurants

An economic investigation team detained a Hubei oil refiner Nov. 10 who pumped more than 60 tons of “ditch oil” into the local restaurant industry during the past three years, Hubei’s Jingzhou...

China: Time for a new conversation about privacy invasion

With a broader and perhaps global view of more pervasive privacy issues, poet and professor Rui Shen asks: "Some people disagree with airport security measures that display people's bodies, feeling...

China: Conditions in Tibet Since 2008

China: Hang the Liberal!

The Cold War Origin of Asia's Troubled Waters

China’s wetland crisis

China: bridge-blog posts original documentary of rural life

China: Messages behind the flowers to the Shanghai fire victims

Yesterday, thousands of mourners in Shanghai flocked to the 28-storey apartment block that was gutted by a tragic fire on November 15 to pay their respects for the 58 residents...

China: Campaigning for Wang Yi

China: Generation 90

China: thousands gather at site of Shanghai fire

China: Educated youth face a tough future

China: First case of Twitter inquisition

A woman in China was sentenced to one year of ‘re-education through labour’ for sending a single tweet, under the charge of 'disrupting social order.'

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