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· August, 2011

Stories about China from August, 2011

History of China in 3½ Minutes

Golf course in China’s desert strains drinking water supply

China and Hong Kong: Citizen Arrested for Wearing Political T-Shirt

A Hong Kong man was dragged off and detained yesterday because of the T-shirt he was wearing. The incident happened during a visit to the city by China's future premier...

China: Xinjiang Ketchup

China: The Xinhai Revolution and Tibet

China: Wedding bikes

China: Dalian Anti PX Protest Photo Collection

China: Dog Massacre in Jiangmen City

China: Music Video – People of July

China Model in Two Different Cities

In the past few years, the term "China Model" has been widely discussed among intellectuals in China, and is now slowly spreading to other developing countries in Asia, Latin America...

China: Large NIMBY Protest Erupts in Dalian

A Sunday morning sit-in protest in downtown Dalian, Liaoning province, against a chemical factory located in the city turned into a large-scale procession through the streets. Police were out in...

China: Tweets Didn't Start the Fire

China's main state television station has launched a second offensive against microbloggers and users of other social media, this time on the back of the recent British riots. The attack...

China: Discount train ticket for the disabled

China: Rural migrant workers self-bury protest

Trust in China’s new media era

China: Taxi Drivers and Railway Workers on Strike

A new wave of strikes are taking place in China. This time it is not among rural migrant workers working in sweatshops, but among drivers and employees in the urban...

China: Human rights defender facing food shortage

China: Internet memes on Wenzhou Train Crash

China: Anger Over State TV Attack on Microblogging Platforms

Bloggers in China fear that a recent broadcast by state-controlled China Central Television (CCTV) entitled, 'Where is the moral bottom line of Microblogs?', was a direct attack on citizen media...

China: When the Concept of Tibet Enters the Stock Market

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