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· September, 2008

Stories about China from September, 2008

China: Why Did I Publish The Name Sanlu?

China: Media Manipulation on the Poisonous Milk Powder Scandal

The “Sanlu poisonous milk scandal” attracted more and more attention until the Central Propaganda Department gave strict orders on 9/15 to stop all Chinese media to report and investigate this...

China: Crisis on “Made in China”

The anger on the poisonous milk powder incident continues to roar everyday. Apart from Sanlu, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People's Republic of China...

China: Infant-killer milk powder sickens the country

Is food in China edible? Chinese people started to ask. The tainted infant formula has not only killed 2 babies, triggered panic among parents, but also gave a solid hit...

China: Full Transcript of Leaving Fear Behind

China: Reporter Fieldnote on The Shanxi Mudslide

Taiwan: More than 10,000 bloggers compete in this year's Blog Award

China: Dalai Lama’s 30-years of dialogue

China: Kidney Stone Gate

Taiwan and China: Fury over poisoned powdered milk made in China

The powdered milk products, produced by the Sanlu (三鹿) Group in China, were found to be contaminated by melamine after hundreds of babies in China got sick with kidney stones....

Egypt at the Paralympics

Egypt's special athletes are making waves in Beijing, China, where this year's Paralympic Games are being held from September 6 to 17. While Egypt clinched one bronze medal in this...

Iran:The Blogging Revolution

China: Sparrow as National Bird

China: How The Western Media Lost The Young Generation

China: Art Censorship

China: 2008 Internet Buzz Words Video

My mother doesn't know how to go online She looks very busy everyday She says the internet is no good Everything inside is very yellow and very violent Oh mama,...

Taiwan: Two Region Theory

China: Iphonegirl, a PR or not?

China: Free market economists urge post-Olympics social and political reforms

The huge economic strides China has taken over the past thirty years was one of the main themes in Olympics coverage; now that foreigners and their media have stopped gawking...

China: Communication Style

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