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· November, 2009

Stories about China from November, 2009

China: Obama and Chinese Netizens

China's Perspective on Xinjiang

TrueXinjiang.com is a Web site that appeals instantly to the western eye.  The site, designed specifically to disseminate a Han-Chinese version of life in the remote autonomous region of Xinjiang,...

China: Interview with Lu Guang, the photographer of “Pollution in China”

The 5th Chinese blogger conference: micro power and a broader world

The 5th Chinese blogger conference took place last weekend in a rural county Lianzhou in northern part of Guangdong province. Despite the inconvenient traffic, there were around 150 participants from...

China: Death as business

Taiwan: Spirit medium

China: Sino-Indian tension and Dalai Lama

China: Drought and the Three Gorges Dam

Since September this year, China’s Three Gorges Dam, the world’s largest hydropower scheme, has began a plan to raise its reservoir to its ideal height of 175 metres. In October,...

Rape in China: a ‘temporary’ crime?

A prominent topic circulating throughout China’s blogosphere is the light sentencing on 29th October of two civilian police assistants charged with the rape of a young girl in Huzhou, in...

China: Teachers’ strike

China: Protest against government “hook” by chopping little finger off

China and Hong Kong: Is Dialogue Possible?

China: Made-in-China Snow

This past Sunday on Nov. 1, Beijing saw its earliest snowfall in 22 years. The sudden change in weather, which blanketed the entire city in snow, surprised many residents. But...

China: The worker struggle

Russia: AK-47 & Copyright; Time Zones

China: Electoral Reform

China’s top legislature, the National People’s Congress, has started discussion on a draft amendment to the Electoral Law, which will ensure voters in the countryside have as much influence as...

Bangladesh: Chinese Pressure Censors Tibet Exhibition In Dhaka

Students for a Free Tibet, Bangladesh (SFTBD), in partnership with Drik Bangladesh, a photo agency, has organized a photography exhibition on Tibet in Dhaka. A request from the Chinese embassy...

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