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· January, 2009

Stories about China from January, 2009

China: Obama and Chinese Emperors

Japan: Battle of Search Engines 2008

China: Let's All Denounce Each Other!

China: A school with 3 kids

China: Stunning Sayings From Chinese Economists

Taiwan: Lantern Festival traditions explained

China: Study on Internet Censorship

China: Farewell, Bullog

The government's clean-up campaign sweeps the internet world, while not only "pornography" is down, Bullog, a popular blog hosting site which plays as a vanguard of liberalism and democracy thinkings,...

China: Blogging for Change

Although Bullog.cn, one of the most influential independent blog hosting platform in China, has been shut down under the pretext of internet cleaning of smut, a number of prominent bloggers...

China: Internet Purification and more to come?

China: Global Media Market

China: The Human Flesh Search Pact

China: Support National Brand

China: Censorship on Charter 08

China: Antismut campaign sweeps internet. But any untold purpose?

An internet cleansing movement, or antismut campaign launched by the Chinese authority, is sweeping across the internet in recent days, targeting vulgar and obscene content. However, people doubt, it might...

China: Tibetan Plateau Meltdown

China: Bullog.cn shut down by Net Nanny

China: 2008 in Poker

China: Bu Zheteng

China: Xinhua demanded Democracy, 60 years ago

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