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Oiwan Lam · November, 2012

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 November, 2012

How Foreigners See Hong Kong

Protest Against Chinese-owned copper mine in Myanmar

Chinese Shareholders Trapped in the Stock Market's “Fraud”

As China's economy has been growing, its stock keeps sinking. Why is that so? Many shareholders blame corruption and economic experts call for finance regulation reform.

Politically-Charged Questionnaire Triggers Tibetan Student Protest in China

On November 26, 2012 about one thousand Tibetan students protested in Chabcha County, Qinghai Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, against a politically-charged questionnaire on a Medical School campus .

China's “Great Global Thinkers” for 2012

China: Model Sentenced for Posing in a Police Uniform

Mistresses – China's New Corruption Warriors

In the past week, two corruption cases have been exposed, not by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Communist Party of China (CCP), but by the mistresses or...

Korean Pop Singer PSY to Perform in China

China: “Most Awesome Nail House” Stands In Middle Of Highway

China: Re-education through Labour System Under Fire

China: Last Words of 19 Tibetans Who Committed Self-Immolation

Tsering Woeser, a dissent writer who reports on the human rights situation in Tibet, has collected 19 last wills and testaments of Tibetans who self-immolated to help people understand their...

People Believe China's Hope Depends on Democracy

China's Most Expensive Business School

China: Five Street Children Suffocated to Death in Dumpster

2012 Peaceful Protest for Gaza in Hong Kong

300 Km Long March Against Rare Earths Refinery in Malaysia

To stop the Australian rare earths mining company, Lynas Corporation from operating a rare earths refinery in Pahang, Malaysia, a group of activists started a 300 km march, dubbed “the...

Even Under New Leadership, China Looks Bleakly to the Next Decade

The week-long 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China finally came to an end on November 14, 2012. A new generation of leaders, headed by Xi Jinping and...

Anti-Falun Gong Campaign in Hong Kong

Chinese Intellectuals’ Silence Amid Tibetan Self-Immolations

Hong Kong: Peaceful protest in solidarity with Gaza

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