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· September, 2006

Stories about Hong Kong (China) from September, 2006

Singapore and Hong Kong: ban FEER

The Far Eastern Economic Review's editor blogs about the decision of singapore government to ban the magazine: “It has explicitly warned that not only is the Review Publishing Company forbidden...

Hong Kong: urban renewal

Chong at translates a citizen report on a urban renewal project in a poor district in Hong Kong: “There are more poor people than the rich in Hong Kong....

Hong Kong: GP batteries sues labour groups

A citizen journalist report at on a transnational corporation's legal action against labour groups to stop them from exposing the heavy metal poisoning situation in their production line in...

Hong Kong: blog as education tool

A survey found 73% high school students are bloggers but some secondary schools prohibit students from blogging. Local blogger, He Gu was interviewed by local newspapers concerning blogger culture: Knowing...

Hong Kong: GWF investigation

The Internet Society Hong Kong has carried out an investigation on the suspected blocking of website by Nevigator and HGC; Charles Mok blogs the findings: we cannot find any...

Hong Kong: GFW in HK?

Soon after Mister Bijou blogged about the suspected case of PCCW (the biggest telecom in HK and ISP netvigator) filtering out not the south china morning post website. The issue...

Hong Kong: internet censorship

An alert posted by Mister Bijou on PCCW (biggest telecom in HK and ISP netvigator) decision to filter out a website called ntscmp. ESWN picks up the story and urges...

Hong Kong and Taiwan: Learning From The Hong Kong and Taiwan Demonstrations

ESWN compares the Hong Kong July 1 demonstration with Taiwan depose Bien demonstrations and generates three principles: (1) Focusing on the key issue(s); (2) Avoid inflaming the other side; and...

China: influencing foreign correspondents?

ESWN blogs about his experience in interacting with foreign correspondents. Rule no.1: foreign correspondents are not stupid.

Hong Kong:911

Chong in writes about the spread of the sense of insecurity after 911, to the extent that when thousands of people died in Middle East, we lost our feeling...

Hong Kong: doubts about Ching Cheong Verdict

ESWN translates Next weekly's article on Doubts about Ching Cheong Verdict.

Hong Kong: privacy dispute

ESWN translates three controversial articles in defense of EasyFinder's position of refusing to apologize for pop song singer Gillian Chung backstage photographs.

China and Hong Kong: toilet stories

Simon World puts together two toilet stories, one from Beijing (bomb proof toilet) and one from Hong Kong (golden toilet).

China and Hong Kong: Water pollution

Sunfai comments on the T.V news feature on water pollution in Dongjiang (Guangdong province), the river is the source of Hong Kong fresh water. The blogger says that there is...

China and Hong Kong: foreign blogger

Richard in Peking Duck raises a question concerning the suspected Sex and Shanghai hoax: Are the BBS forums in China really erupting in flames over the dastardly foreigner, or is...

China and Hong Kong: Ching Cheong Verdict

Joel Martinsen from DANWEI translates the whole text of Ching Cheong Verdict into English. The Chinese Verdict is published by as an exclusive document.

Hong Kong: Ching Cheong

T-Salon has put up a summary of local mainstream reports and blogs post on Ching Cheong's 5 years Verdict.

Global Food Blog Report #30

#1: From Navarra, Spain, Garbancita (ES) shows off with a delectable "Mermelada de Cebolla" (Onion Marmalade). According to the creator, it is amazingly easy to prepare and it is delicious...

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