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· December, 2011

Stories about China from December, 2011

China: Police border control servers got hacked

China: Dairy Company's Website Hacked by Angry Netizens

The latest round of tainted milk scandals broke out last week in China. The country's biggest dairy producer, Mengniu Dairy Co., admitted that some of its milk products contained aflatoxin...

China: Dream and Reality

China telecommunications market

Taiwan: Crowd-funded investigative journalism website kicks off

China: Rural Migrant Workers’ Protests

China: Top 10 Problems in 2011

China: Ticket for Noah’s Ark 2012 Sold Online

China: Only Talking About a Revolution

Han Han, supposedly the world's most-read blogger, has succeeded in getting netizens to debate the possibilities (or lack thereof) for greater political freedoms and democracy in China through three new...

China: Rich Chinese Couple Uses 2 Surrogate Mothers To Have 8 Babies

China: Censorship and Kim Jong-il's death

China: Qingdao's Real Estate Bubble

China: Guangdong Uprising, Now in Haimen

Since the village of Wukan in Guangdong province was placed under siege after kicking out party and government officials, at least two nearby towns have launched actions of their own....

China: Abandoned Wonderland

China, North Korea: Kim Jong-il Dead, Chinese Netizen Reactions

Street Vendor Life in China

China: English-only European town in Beijing Suburb

China: Comments on South Korean Protest Against Coast Guard Incident

China: Han Chinese student uprising against their Tibetan peers

China: A Week Later, Wukan Remains Under Siege

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