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Oiwan Lam · July, 2009

a media activist, researcher and educator currently based in Hong Kong. my chinese writings are in and my twitter account is @oiwan.

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Latest posts by Oiwan Lam from July, 2009

Japan: Housing statistics

Chinese NGOs: reading political signs in the fate of Gongmeng

China: Sulfur mining in Big Tree County

Japan: DPJ's election manifesto

China: “Internet addiction disorder” is a joke

China: The New York Times Enrages Netizens

China: How Buildings Are Built In Shenzhen

China: Chinese Internet Memes For 2009

Japan: Mizuhiki twine art

South Korea: White Guys Blogging About Korean Women

China: Memorable Quotations from Qin Gang

China: On Eclipses and Astronomy in Chinese history

Japan: Political animation

China: Manufacturing abandon infants

China: Defamation Can No Longer Be Used to Restrict Netizen Speech

China: Xinjiang People – Sorry and Thank You

China: Tweeting a detention experience

Yesterday, Guangzhou blogger Beifeng went hiking with a number of friends in Baiyun mountain. Some of them were wearing a t-shirt that carry a slogan from Xinhua Daily in1946 that...

China: harmonized

China: Challenges to the Judiciary in the Age of the Internet

China: Muslim blogger to be investigated

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