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Oiwan Lam · December, 2007

A media activist, researcher and educator currently based in Hong Kong. My Chinese writings are in inmediahk.net and my Twitter account is @oiwan.

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Latest posts by Oiwan Lam from December, 2007

Taiwan: Demos Chiang

Demos Chiang is the great grandson of Chiang Kai-shek, the KMT dictator and he started to blog. ESWN translated local report on Demos Chiang's move and his blog post on...

South Korea: DLP Leaders to be Resigned

CINA pointed out the Democratic Labour Party has the greatest loss in the Presidential election as their sympathizers/members had voted for the right wing candidate Lee Hoi-chang. The mainstream had...

China: Guangxi Nailhouse

Zhaumu blogged photos of a most spectacular nail house in Guangxi.

China: Ant Farmers’ Open Letter to Hu Jintao

Zoula has reposted Luliang Ant Farmers’ Open Letter the State president Hu Jintao (zh). The farm said that local government had to be responsible for the bankruptcy of Yilishen and...

Hong Kong: Top News in 2007 Blogosphere

As the year end is approaching, local blogger sidekick has her picks of "Top News in Hong Kong 2007 Blogosphere". She also calls for more comments and suggestions for the...

Hong Kong: No More Delay For Universal Suffrage

Charles Mok posts the position statement of professional commons on the universal suffrage plan: Delay after Delay; Enough is Enough! in his blog.

China: Hospital Sues Local Governments

Last month a rural migrant worker set fire on himself after he failed to collect 1000 yuan wage from the boss. He was sent to the hospital with promise from...

China: 1Bao Blocked

In Dec 26, 1bao was blocked again, Zhai Minglei said he would continue to write and wait for the blog to be unblocked again (zh).

Hong Kong: Wedding Card Street

Lee Tung Street, more known as the wedding card street, located at Wanchai downtown is demolishing under the urban renewal project. A local resident May, age 59, had hunger strike...

China: Scientist's Wage

China Scientist's wage is the lowest among 38 countries according to a EU report. Gezhi points out that, the real income maybe higher as many of the scientists in China...

Japan: 2007 Politics

Japan Observer has a roundup on Japan's politics in 2007.

Japan: Christmas Cards

James blogs his collection of Christmas Cards in Japan Probe.

Japan: Top Ten News

Morgan Pitelka picks his top ten Japan News in the Japan History Group Blog.

China: ZT Online

Joel Martinsen from DANWEI translates an article from Southern Weekly which described in detail a gamer's online game experience.

China: Top 10 Chinese Internet News 2007

Kuan feng lists his picks for top 10 Chinese Internet News in 2007 (zh): Shanxi brick kilns, Xiamen PX netizen report, netizen arrested for spreading news on Jinan flooding condition,...

China: Tiger Abuse

Derek Sandhaus from Shanghaiist blogs about more tiger abuse cases in China.

China: Green Game for Children?

Jason Li from Virtual Chinawonders if virtual green game is a solution to the violent virtual game?

China: Bird Nest National Stadium Recycling

The Olympic national stadium, ‘Bird nest’, has some leftover construction material to be recycled. Wangxiaofeng gives a list of suggestions for the recycling plan: ashtray, toilet bowl and bra (zh).

China: Outraged Students Crushing Car

Sohu forum posted a witness report on a mass incident at Nankai University at Christmas Eve: A car crashed with a bicycle in the university campus, the car owner demanded...

Hong Kong: Learning From the F Word

The blog “Learning from the F Word” has won the most educational blog in the 2007 Chinese blog award.

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