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· March, 2008

Stories about China from March, 2008

China and Tibet: Deng Xiao Ping's Tibet Policy

Did the Philippine President Commit Treason?

Philippine President Gloria Arroyo is accused by her critics of approving an anomalous transaction involving the Chinese firm ZTE. But there is a new allegation that the president is guilty...

Hong Kong, China and Tibet: You can't do this if you are Chinese

Anonymous Blogging guide now available in Chinese

Thanks to one very gracious individual who unfortunately insists on remaining anonymous, Global Voices Online co-founder Ethan Zuckerman‘s guide Anonymous Blogging with WordPress and Tor is now available in Chinese,...

China: Fire on the streets of Lhasa, Tibet

With the Tibetan capital now reportedly largely cut off from the outside world, information regarding the ongoing situation in Lhasa slowed to a trickle over the weekend. Some updates, however,...

China: SARFT's Insanity

China: Nansha Oil Refinery Campus

China: Twittering Taiwan's presidential election

Venture capitalist and IT guru Isaac Mao had a successful hand in election-blogging this week: on the day prior to a presidential debate in Taiwan, he posed six open questions...

China: Whose Congress?

"I come to understand ---- when a worker from the bottom of the society presents himself before the public as a delegate, he will involuntarily turn into a decoration instead...

China and Africa: Fusing Through Design

Taiwan: Five Things That Never Happened

China: Fear of Red

China: Five Things That Didn’t Happen

China: Tang Wei, Banned or Not-banned?

China: In Search of Eyewitnesses

Lijiang’s war on plastic bags

China: Terrorist Attack?

China and Taiwan: Blogger Dialogue on Taiwan Presidential Election

China: Frozen Shanghai

China: Support Tang Wei

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