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Oiwan Lam · May, 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 May, 2013

Chinese Activist Detained After Protesting String of Child Molestation Cases

A Chinese activist was beaten up and detained by local authorities in China a few days after she demonstrated in front of a primary school whose principal allegedly sexually abused...

Taiwan Copyright Bill Worse Than SOPA

Chinese Motherland or Otherland?

13-year-old Girl Publicly Shamed in China

Service Sector Salaries in Hong Kong

Chinese Activist Protests School Molestation

Video: Citizen Journalists Capture Hong Kong's Captive Dolphins Harming Themselves

Footage of dolphins at Hong Kong Ocean Park appearing to self-harm by slamming themselves against the pool wall, recorded by citizen news outlet inmediahk.net, has created a wave of online...

Demanding Transparency is Not a Crime

China: Constitutionalism is for Capitalists

Attacking China's “Dishonest Americans” Newspaper Series

Copyright Amendment Could Bring Web Filter System to Taiwan

Many Taiwanese believe that the recent proposed copyright amendment put forward by the government is a setback for democracy. The amendment will provide legal ground for an ISP-level blocking of...

Well-Known Chinese Leftist Advocates Militarized Internet

A prominent Chinese nationalist has called for China to take tighter control of the country's Internet in part by building an online army of civilians to monitor the Web and...

‘Dumbass’, Ai Weiwei's Latest Music Video

Gender Gap Widens in Chinese Cities

China: Online Social Management

Hong Kong: ‘Drink Less to Get Raped Less’

Chinese React to Angelina Jolie's Mastectomy

China: Petition System Reform?

Chinese Government Bans Seven ‘Speak-Not’ Subjects

A prominent Chinese law professor recently revealed in his microblog on popular Twitter-like site Sina Weibo that the Chinese government has imposed a policy on university professors instructing them not...

Save Lhasa, Tibet from Destruction

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