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Oiwan Lam · March, 2013

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 March, 2013

Censoring Censorship in China

China Government's Growing Weibo Footprint

China's Feel-Good Viral Photo Wasn't Real

Charity on a Subway

Dream a Little Dream in China

Despite Bans, China's Uyghurs Wear their Identity with Pride

A viral photo showing Uyghur students being punished for wearing Muslims caps in Xinjiang's Urumqi city has been labelled by the authorities as a "rumor" and a "plot" by "outside...

China's Dead Pigs Expose Illegal Farms

No Ghost Cities in China

Why China's Real-Name Microblog Rules Fail

University Builds Internet Red Army in China

Hong Kong's Democrats Have Radical Plans

To pressure Beijing to grant Hong Kong genuine universal suffrage, democratic activists have begun discussing civil disobedience as a viable tactic .

The Return of China's First Lady

Reversing a streak decades long of low-profile presidential wives, Chinese first lady Peng Liyuan accompanied her husband, new President Xi Jinping, to Russia on his first foreign tour, marking a...

Hong Kong's Coffin Homes

North Korean Refugee's Escape Experience

China's $20 Billion Pledge to Africa

Chinese General's Anti-War Stance Criticized

Former President of Google China Reveals Censorship Statistics

Kai-Fu Lee, former president of Google China, published a chart on Twitter showing how often his micro-blog was deleted by the Chinese government's censorship arm. Lee regularly blogs about cultural and...

Today's Tibet, Tomorrow's Hong Kong?

An activist network in Hong Kong organized an assembly to express their solidarity with Tibetans on the 54th Anniversary of Tibetan Uprising Day last Sunday March 10, 2013. Some participants...

China: Where Doctors Are the Bad Guys

Hong Kong: Rap Song on New Poor

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