Latest posts by Oiwan Lam from March, 2008
Chinese Human rights defenders has a very elaborated report on the monitoring system in China concerning electronic communication [zh].
Woeser posted a 12 points statement made by 29 prominent intellectuals on the Tibet issue [zh]. The English version can be found at savetibet.org.
A Chinese website has been launched to counter western media report on the Tibet uprising. The website pointed out that many reports have mixed up Nepal police with Chinese police [zh].
Lianyue said that press freedom is a necessary element for dealing with Tibet issue[zh].
Ta-sha has a personal channel at I'm Vlog for sharing and performing songs that she likes.
ESWN put together two conspiracy theories on the Tibet uprising.
Josie Liu blogs the discussion at the CPPCC about biding for more Olympics in other China cities [zh].
It has been found out that 100% mobile users in China have been disturbed by spam messages, Liu Xiaoyuan pointed out that the government should take up the responsibility to protect people's privacy [zh].
Duiman park blogs some photos he took from the annual flower exhibition in Hong Kong.
Nayan Sthankiya posted a slide show on a protest in Seoul against China's human rights condition. Via Ohmynews.
A group of local artists decided to hijack public space [zh]at Time Square, a landmark at Causeway Bay, down town commercial district. .
Matt quoted a chapter from “I married a Korean” to show the history of Korea under U.S Occupation (1945-48).
China matters gave more background to the Lhasa uprising and showed that the Dalai Lama, a moderate spiritual leader, has been marginalized both by the Chinese government conspiracy and hard hand approach.
Zoula compared different citizen media websites as a ground work for his future online citizen media project [zh].
After the SARS epidemic in Hong Kong, the city is getting more and more hygienic, however, Diumanpark wondered if being too clean would reduce body resistance to virus and bacteria [zh].
Marie Mockett from Japundit shows the readers how to cook bamboo shoot.
Robert Koehler from Marmot hole blogs about the setting up of foreign English teacher union in South Korea.
Yanghengjun pointed out that the mainstream media always describe democratic election in other countries as “chaos” and laughed about it; however, they have neglected the country's own “chaos” and often time “violence” [zh].
KJ found out that many netizens couldn't access overseas wiki websites such as wikia and wowwiki [zh].
Bonnae addressed the Lhasa violent protest issue by reviewing Deng Xiao Ping's Tibet Policy [zh]. Open dialogue and sincerity is the key to peaceful resolution of the conflict.
The Englishman compared the school bus designs by U.S and Japan school.