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· February, 2012

Stories about China from February, 2012

Hong Kong, China: Visual Presentation of Why Hongkongers are Unhappy

China: Young Girl Burned & Disfigured By Son of Government Official

Hong Kong: Scandals at the Eve of Chief Executive Selection

China, Koreas: Netizens Express Humanitarian Concern Over North Korean Refugees

As the Chinese government continues to repatriate North Korean refugees who succeed in fleeing into China, views among the country's netizens are split but seem to show more sympathy than...

China: 1 Billion Mobile Phone Users

Hong Kong, India: Farewell to Hong Kong

China: Tibetan Matches

Evil Overlords or Lucky Devils: The Men Who Rule Hong Kong

China, U.S.A: Reading between the lines of Xi Jinping's U.S. visit

Global: Vigils in Solidarity with Tibetans

Since February 2009, 23 Tibetans have self-immolated to protest for a free Tibet and the return of the Dalai Lama. In the month of the Tibetan New Year, activists from...

China: New Monetization Model for Sina Weibo

China: Wukan Elections Continue and Inspire

Wukan has moved quickly along its path toward clean and fair village elections, inspiring villagers in other parts of the country and winning support from microbloggers all the way up...

China: A Portrayal of Portrayals of Cultural And Ethnic Stereotypes

One Chinese vlogger has gone viral with his impersonation of the accents of a few Asian neighbors and other cultures from around the globe. How much do these differ from...

China: iPads Now Officially Banned

China: Bum Rushing The Bus

China: Cosplay Star Loses Battle With Cancer

China: Online Protest Against the Bear Bile Business

Since early 2011, Gui Zhentang, China's largest bear bile medicine producer, has been trying to apply for stock market launch on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. Last year, the application was...

China: Migratory Birds Poisoned and Served in Dining Table

China: Fascist State?

China: The Political Drama of Wang Lijun's “Stress Leave”

Some background on Wang Lijun, the former police chief of Chongqing who sought temporary refuge in a nearby US consulate last week before turning himself over to central government authorities....

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