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· October, 2009

Stories about China from October, 2009

China: Does Internet matter?

China: How old is the motherland?

China: From class struggle to marry

Israel: Can Tel Aviv Become a Biking Mecca?

Safeguarding the world's cultural heritage

Many organisations working to preserve global cultural heritage - both tangible and intangible - have been using online media to support their efforts.

China: Blocking Tor and increase of bridge users

China: Graduate thesis or practical training?

The purpose and function of university education has been a highly debatable topic both in the East and the West. In China, people strongly believe that education is a route...

China: Major Crisis at Caijing Magazine

China: Premier Wen Jiabao apologizes

China: Vist to North Korea

China: Banning foreign investment in online game

China: Your ethnic group can’t use the internet

China: The Founding of a Republic! Propaganda, or a commercial success with some irony?

Only 3 weeks after hitting the screen, The Founding of a Republic has already taken in nearly $ 60 million. Naturally, it has created a huge stir in China’s online...

China: What Lies between Chinese Writers and the Nobel Prize?

China: Democracy debate

China: Internet Human Rights Declaration

Will Egypt import Chinese Hymens?

An artifical hymen kit is now available in the market. Egyptian law makers have banned the product while bloggers continue to debate the cons and pros of this Chinese 'invention'...

China and Hong Kong: Jackie Chan's comment on military parade

In order to promote nationalism and celebrate the 60th anniversary of PRC, CCTV invited internationally well-known movie star Jackie Chan to comment on military parade.

China: Grass Mud Horse, Motherland

China: Plenty of trash to burn

As landfills run out of space and NIMBY protests occur across China, the number of trash incineration plants has increased in step. With one such plant planned for a densely-populated...

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