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· April, 2007

Stories about Taiwan (ROC) from April, 2007

30 April 2007

Taiwan: Crazy for Matsu

(Photo is from Arkun's flicker photo album.) Just like what Backlight53 said: 這禮拜中台灣都在瘋一件事,那就是–大甲媽祖遶境。 this week, there is one thing people in central Taiwan are crazy for. That is Da-jia Matsu's...

23 April 2007

Malaysia: Taiwanese Girls

20 April 2007

China: MeMedia Issue 4: Copyright Kills Creation, Life's Precious, Ching Ming Festival

This week comes the fourth issue from the newly-formed MeMedia roundup of all that's hot around the Chinese blogsphere including the upcoming Taiwan Bloggers BoF, copyright discussion in Hong Kong,...

18 April 2007

Taiwan: DIY media activist workshop

Taiwan: Fabricated News

On March 28th, TVBS, the TV station which has been long mocked as “TV Bull Shit”, broadcast some footage that caught the public's eyeballs. The footage, which showed gangster Chou...

17 April 2007

Taiwan: Mainstream media distortion

Taiwan: Presentation on English Bloggers in Taiwan

Taiwan: Transport what to where?

In the essay on outdoor recreation, ‘Conservation Esthetic,’ Professor Leopold wrote, ‘Recreational development is a job not of building roads into the lovely country, but of building receptivity into the...

15 April 2007

Taiwan: Bloggers’ Further Action on Saving Losheng Sanatorium

As mentioned in the previous post, discussions and actions on saving Lo-Sheng Sanatorium have widely spread in Taiwan blogosphere. Now the whole event has also attracted attention from mainstream media,...

Taiwan: bloggers joined a demonstration for saving Lo-sheng

9 April 2007

China: Memedia Issue 3: New century for grassroots media

Another benchmark for the vibrant Chinese blogsphere, key bloggers and big names have come together to form Memedia, home to a collectively-written weekly roundup of the biggest stories from the...

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