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Oiwan Lam · May, 2010

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 May, 2010

China: lost in translation

China: Responses to FoxConn's suicides

China and Hong Kong: Responses to Cheonan sinking incident

The release of the international investigation report on sinking of Cheonan in May 20, 2010, concluding that the South Korean warship had been bombed by a North Korean torpedo has...

South Korea: The sinking of ROKS Cheonan

South Korea: Critical discourse on North Korea

China: English Language Blogs

China: Baidu vs. Google: in search of accessible, useful results

China: Dying young in FoxConn

South Korea and Thailand's Cold War Context

South Korea: The 30th anniversary of the Kwangju Uprising

China: Blogger interrogated after criticizing Shanghai EXPO 2010

A blogger, A Bad Friend, was summoned by security police for interrogation over tea upon writing an article, 10 sins of EXPO 2010, on his blog. After the tea session,...

South Korea: How to be a Power Blogger

White American pop singers marketed in Japan

China: Do Officials Really Fear the Internet?

China: I-Phone subcontractor's workers commit suicide

Secrets of a Chinese Restaurant

China: Shoe-throwing at real estate tycoon

China: Naked official debate

China and the U.S: The fake chips

China: School killings and social pathology

Within 5 weeks, there were 5 school killings in China. All the victims are innocent primary and kindergarten school kids, while all the murderers are also victims of social injustice....

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