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· September, 2012

Stories about China from September, 2012

A QQ Conversation on the China-Japan Island Dispute

China: Censor Machine Suspended for Anti-Japan Mobilization?

As the tension between China and Japan over the disputed Diaoyu Islands (also known as the Senkaku Islands) has elevated, large scale anti-Japan protests have taken place all over China...

China: Making Fun of the Length of Apple iPhone

China: Another Waves of Anti-Japan Protest

China: RMB 4 Trillion Stimulus Package Questioned

In the past few months, some online public opinion leaders have openly criticized the Chinese government's RMB 4 trillion stimulus package introduced in 2008 during the global financial crisis. But...

China: Guangzhou Students Protest University Gender Quotas

In Sea of Censorship, China Allows Anti-Japan War Vitriol

A fleet of six Chinese surveillance ships has been deployed in response to the Japanese government's move to purchase three disputed islets from their private Japanese owners. Some Chinese netizens...

China: The Million Tree Project

China: Traffic Jam

China: Street Drummer Performance

China: Hulunbuir Grassland Destroyed by Coal Mining Activities

Hulunbuir Grassland, one of the most beautiful landscapes in inner Mongolia, is eroding as a result of coal mining near the surface of the ground. A Chinese blogger has pointed...

China: Journalists Leaving the Field

China: Yangtze River Turned Red

Nigeria: Lagos Students To Learn Mandarin in Public Schools

China: Political Lexicon

China, Hong Kong: Controller of National Education

China in Africa: The Real Story

Hibiscus is a Global Voices project designed to encourage conversations between bloggers who write about the China-Africa relationship. As part of this project, we will regularly feature key blogs or...

Self-censorship in Hong Kong

Hong Kong: Why Is “National Education” Scary?

Biking from Tunisia to China for Wetland Conservation

Tunisian Arafet Ben Marzou, 31, fulfilled a childhood dream when he gave up his university job and cycled from Tunisia to China, to draw attention to the conservation of wetlands...

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