Latest posts by Oiwan Lam from December, 2008
Fauna from ChinaSMACK picks up the story about a girl leading a campaign against eating cats in Guangdong. The blogger also translates comments from local forum.
Joel Martinsen from DANWEI translated a local report on the government manipulation of a happiness survey in a local town so as to achieve the state targets for improving the...
The northeast Asia region is becoming more integrated politically, economically and socially. State leaders from China, Japan and South Korea recently signed a Joint Statement for Tripartite Partnership to address...
Uln from Chinayouren discusses on the impact of Charter 08 on future China political change.
Adam from DANWEI interviewed a famous blogger, Bei feng, who talks about new media space in China.
ESWN translated an interview with associate professor Hu Yong of Peking University, School of Journalism and Communication at Tianya forum.
Karden, with her black and white cats, wish you a not too boring Christmas. (via inmediahk.net)
Adam from Shanghai Scrap explained why China's block of the New York Times doesn't matter.
Jenny Leung interviewed the founder of Anti-CNN.com, Qi Hanting. The interview is posted at China digital times.
Since this October, teachers in Sichuan, Chongqing, Inner Mongolia, Shanxi, Hunan, Hubei, Guangdong went on strike, demanding a salary raise. According to local media report, the strike started from Sichuan...
Edo from Pink Tentacle has a collection on digital illustrations of mechs, droids and borgs.
Neojaponisme has a roundup on 2008 Japan Politics, in particular concerning the dynamics within the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP).
Joel Martinsen from DANWEI creates a map for showing which are the countries involving in “hurting the feelings of the Chinese people”, a rhetoric frequently used by Chinese government.
Inside-Out China posts an article about the matriarchal tradition near the Lugu Lake.
Ping from ChinaMACK translates a post from tianya that shows the forum users’ reactions towards the incident of Iraqi Journalist's protest against Bush by throwing shoes.
Martin J Frid from Kurashi discusses the potential and advantage of green revolution for Japan economy.
Michael Solis from Ohmynews! reported (with a video) about the Korean comfort women protest on 10 of December, 60th anniversary of the United Nations’ proclamation of the Universal Declaration of...
Ask a Korean! discusses cultural different through the exercise of translating the lyrics of a Korean song: Mountain Rose.
ESWN translated a local article form China economic net on 2008 Top Ten Sex-Related Incidents In China.
At the Eve of the sixtieth anniversary of the promulgation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in Dec 10, 303 prominent intellectuals and human rights activists in China, jointly...