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· September, 2011

Stories about China from September, 2011

North Korea’s First Cruise Ship Draw Harsh Reviews

Social Media Uprising in the Chinese-speaking World

China: What Chinese youths say about sex?

China: WikiLeaks Misreading Leads to Online ‘Spy’ Hunt

The release of unredacted United States (US) diplomatic cables since late August 2011 by WikiLeaks, has resulted in an online witch hunt in China. The word "informant" in the documents...

China: Chinese blaze new paths in Africa

China: Now With America's Attention Back

Not all netizens took this past weekend—a holiday in China—as a chance to confess a feeling of shame at things they said upon learning of the attacks on the United...

China: 8 Ways That Sina Weibo Will Shut You Up

Shenzhen population statistics, 1979 – 2011

Africans in Guangzhou: Opportunities & Discrimination

China: Funeral for Starved Cows After Melamine Milk Scandal

China: Sex, Censorship and the Rise of ‘People's Porn’

Katrien Jacobs, author of new book 'People's Pornography: Sex and Surveillance on the Chinese Internet', discusses the emergence of an online erotic culture in China that openly describes individuals' personal...

China: Scenes from the tobacco harvest

China: Who Are the Real “Orientalists”?

China: Nazi Chic Cosplay

China: “Free Lunch” for Rural Students via Micro-Donations

To help improve education in rural China, a new project by Guangzhou-based charity activist Liang Shuxin called “Free Lunch” is raising online micro-donations to deliver lunch meals to impoverished school...

China: Apple Pollution

China: Guangdong Model Making a Comeback?

Back in July this year, the two ‘cake theories’ articulated by the Communist Party of China (CPC) chiefs of Guangdong province and the Chongqing municipality stirred a public debate about...

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