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· October, 2005

Stories about Hong Kong (China) from October, 2005

Hong Kong: BitTorrent Conviction

Chan Nai-Ming has the dubious distinction of being the first person convicted in Hong Kong for seeding films for BitTorrent P2P file-sharing. Chatter Garden has thoughts here and here.

Effect Measure on Facing the Global Bird Flu Threat

With recent reports of avian flu in Western Europe, the disease is clearly no longer East Asia's problem. It's a dilemma for the world. Last week I emailed Revere, the...

Hong Kong: Newspaper Survival

Diana Wong at Chatter Garden asks whether newspapers can still survive in Hong Kong.

China: Xinhua unveiled

Simon World picks up on a new report from Reporters Without Borders (RSF) about the official Chinese news agency, Xinhua, which it says is one of the world's largest official...

Hong Kong: Linguistic assets

How do you set up a multinational marketing research company? Easy, blogs ESWN, simply apply the Noah's Ark method.

Hong Kong: Dispute with NYT

Hong Kong-based blog SimonWorld details attempts to get the New York Times to abide by its stated terms of use when filleting its comments and posts for a report on...

Hong Kong: Jackie Chan movie

Sinosplice reviews the latest Jackie Chan movie, The Myth, and finds a strange hotch-potch of genres, cultures and languages.

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