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Oiwan Lam · February, 2011

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 February, 2011

China: 50 Cent Party's Fake Retweet

China: Fake Media Photos of the Jasmine Revolution In China

China: The Risk of Shutting Up Sina Weibo is Zero!?

The reaction of the Chinese government towards the anonymous “Jasmine Revolution” message circulated around overseas dissident websites and Twitter has alerted investment banks’ analysts to cut the rating of Sina's...

China: Chinese TV praised Gaddafi as thinker, revolutionist

China: Hooliganism

China: The fable of donkey island and piggy island

China: What a Beautiful Sensitive Word

China: Exportation of value to Libya

China: The ten years of a Chinese middle class

China: A Chinese Perspective on the “Jasmine Revolution”

China: A staged revolution

China: Debating with Shaun Rein

China: Jasmine Protest

China: Chinese police mimic Michael Jackson’s and Korean Wonder Girls’ dance

China: The Crackdown of the Southern Media Group

China: Worst Drought in 60 Years

Major agricultural regions in China are facing their worst drought in 60 years. According to government statistics, 2.57 million people and 2.79 million livestock have been hit by the drought....

China: Lhasa People Are “Happiest”?

China: The limits of Chinese censorship

China: Apple's new supplier responsibility report

China: Could better PR have prevented Groupon's China gaffe?

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