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Oiwan Lam · July, 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 July, 2010

Is Religion Good for China?

China: First hand account of two Chinese artists arrested and beaten

China: Looking for supplier

China: Computer magazine curses at Tencent

China: Being Gay

Death of the China Blog

China: Professional mourners

Hong Kong: Citizen campaign to save Tai Long Beach

Many people have the impression that Hong Kong is a concrete forest made up with high rise buildings. However, actually 75% of the land in this global city is undeveloped...

South Korea: Modernizing Traditional Korean Clothes

South Korea: Dog Meat Debate

China: Blogs, Democracy and China's Future

China: Me, Wang Hui, and Liberal Wishy-washy-ness

China: Domestic Microblogs Cut Off from the Outside World

China: Police's call to set up censorship norms

Beijing City Chaoyang district police station issued an urgent notice today regarding "Calling for a working meeting on the security norm of Internet Company". Jason Ng tweetcasts the talk on...

China: Green Dam-Youth Escort closed down

Korea: Pricking Fingers

Google to Resume Search Service in China

Hong Kong: The beginning of a thaw, or a fatal split in the democracy movement?

China: Wang Hui's plagiarism scandal, international turn

A plagiarism scandal broke out in March in Chinese academic circles when Nanjing University literature professor Wang Binbin charged that Wang Hui's dissertation on Lu Xun -Resistance to despair –...

Hong Kong: One frequency three radio channels

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