Stories about Hong Kong (China) from August, 2005
www.faint.tv looks set to be a blog specifically to rant about Hong Kong Cable TV, observes OrdinaryGweilo. A worthy subject, but sustainability is suspect, he adds.
Is the arrest of journalist Ching Cheong, formerly ‘detained’ and recently charged with spying for Taiwan, a victim of a power tussle between the Shanghai clique and the Jiang Zemin's? There had been other journalists having similarly-linked run-ins with the government, says Chatter Garden. The blogger wonders whether somebody is...
Simon World, back from vacation, has resumed his valuable roundups of East Asian blogs and stories.
T-Salon points to coverage of CCTV producer and blog portal director Hu Yong's Hong Kong seminar on blogging.
The WTO will be assembling in Hong Kong in December; EastSouthWestNorth has details of the Hong Kong Police's plan to contain the expected demonstrators.
EastSouthWestNorth translates a Sing Tao article on how Asian regional rivalries play out in the world of on-line gaming.
China Herald writes that Hu Yong, a CCTV producer and director of a Chinese-language blog portal, will be giving a lecture on Chinese blogging and the Chinese blogosphere in Hong Kong later this week. The interesting thing is that the talk will be given in Mandarin.