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· September, 2006

Stories about China from September, 2006

China: 1980s’ attitude towards sex

China: Baidu and google

China: cancer report

China: Italian journalist inspires

Earlier this month when Chinese state-owned news agency Xinhua forbid mainland news media from printing foreign news agency content not purchased directly from Xinhua itself, there was lots to be...

China: return migrant workers to countryside

China: western reporters

China: influencing foreign correspondents?

China: new oriental education

China and Korea: territorial debate

China: cartoon withdrawn

China: Government's video-censorship foiled

When a young teacher is found dead outside her apartment building in Ruian, the police report concludes suicide, but her family and students suspect a cover-up. Over a thousand people...

China: Art conversation

China: Mao's 30th anniversary

China: “strike-hard” policy

China: media and the Judiciary

China: Chairman Hu's tear

China: digg battles

China: the death of a teacher

Five years on from 9/11, the world remembers

The mainstream media in many countries have been preoccupied with events in the United States to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Centre and Pentagon...

China: Video save taskforce needed

When tens of thousands of Ruian, Zhejiang citizens came out to protest the official conclusion of an investigation into the death of high school teacher Dai Haijing, it didn't take...

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