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· December, 2010

Stories about China from December, 2010

Our Most Read Posts in 2010

On Global Voices we work with a large volunteer community to publish stories about what is happening in blogs and citizen media around the world. These are some of the...

Hungary: Relations With China

China, Congo and Japan: Soccer politics

China: Press conference held following suspicious death of rural activist

It has not been a peaceful week in the news, with a crossbow-shooting bomber-petitioner in Beijing, a city administration official killed with a screwdriver today in Fujian province, and the...

China: Christmas Day death of a Zhejiang village leader

China: Rich state, poor people

Michael Anti: Blogging the gap between China and Japan

GV Japan interviews Chinese journalist and activist Michael Anti.

Hong Kong: Class relations and the democracy movement

China: Legal action threatened over #netfreedom violation

China: South-North Water Transfer Project

China: Gold farming couple handed down heavy sentence

The verdict this month of a fine of USD 450,000 and several years in prison for one couple who ran a gold farm throughout 2007 has left those following the...

China Blog Network

2010 Chinese blogosphere: Peace and conflict

The top stories among Chinese communities in Northeast Asia in 2010 can be summarized in two words: Peace and Conflict.

China’s top stories in 2010

China: The short life of GFW father's microblog

South/North Korea: A Review of 2010 in Keywords

From Cheonan incident in March to the latest North Korean attack on Yeonpyeong island, Global Voices took a look back at the year’s hottest keywords that have been widely circulated...

Taiwan: Controversy over history

China: Tax cut

China: Empty News

China: A Cold Winter Night with the Petitioners

Zhang Kai, a human rights lawyer, swaps the comforts of his warm apartment to come face to face with the suffering of petitioners who took refuge from the cold weather...

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