Does it goes without saying that the internet—particularly blogs and BBS'—is the place to go for unchecked and alternative voices in China? What about those blocked Chinese-language websites hosted overseas? Many like Wenxue City and 6Park also offer blogs, and here are titles of today's recommended posts from a few of them:
Poems of youth: I'm a glass of the heaviest, strongest booze
Three Mao Jing poems: Learning from Pingchang
Poems of youth: Me and you
The terrible Triad's hundred troubled years!
Ghosts abound in July
Confucian scholars debate democracy
Gao Zhisheng the great!
To bury the past for peace—Israel reconsiders starting the war
Falun Gong can't come up with anything new
Independent Chinese Pen (独立中文笔会)
How should one go about dealing with a rape?
An open letter to [internet writer] Bob Yao [五岳散人
] calling for a duel
A case of new problems unexpectedly arising: Advice to Mr. Cao Changqing
The deaths of Kuomintang soldiers Liu Chi and Li Zhirong
An case of immense judicial corruption: a reply to Mr. Ma Beiming