Latest posts by Oiwan Lam from October, 2010
On 13 of October, a riot broke out in Longxu town in Guangxi province. Around one thousand villagers confronted armed police against forced land acquisition. Citizen reports on the riot were originally posted at local online forums within Guangxi, but quickly deleted by web censor authorities. In order to spread...
Pat Tse from interlocals.net translated a post written by An Tao which compares Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo's Charter 08 with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao's talk on political reform. The writer suggests that the peaceful path for China should begin with internal reconciliation.
TimMaddog posts an interesting question at Twitter: How can the people of China be “offended” by the Nobel Peace Prize when the news was blacked out in China?
The youtube video shows how villagers from Minhou county, Fujian province fight against forced demolition.
ESWN has searched around the net and compiled a list of the English translation of Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo's writings.
Xujun Eberlein from Inside-out China looks into the debate over Liu Xiaobo's political position and thought.
Roland from ESWN translated an online blog post written by Sima Nan attacking Liu Xiaobo as a Chinese Traitor.
China digital times translated blogger Ran Yunfei's blog post dedicated to 2010 Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo.
East Asia Forum has published an article written by Patrick Chin-Dahler on the debate between universal human rights, cultural relativism and the Asian values.
Jottings from the Granite Studio comments on the Chinese Communist Party's response to the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize award.
A few hours ago, the Norwegian Nobel Committee announced its decision to award the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize to Liu Xiaobo for his long and non-violent struggle for fundamental human rights in China. It is a moment of great joy for concerned Chinese citizens as Liu Xiaobo represents human rights...
Mark Mackinnon posted photo of journalists waiting outside the Beijing residence of Liu Xia, wife of Nobel front runner Liu Xiaobo, 45 mins before announcement.
David Wolf from Silicon Hutong reproduced some discussions among China Business circle on their understanding of Guanxi in doing business in China.
Wenxue city has a collection of photos taken by the French photographer Alain Delorme, showing how Chinese cyclists arrange their merchandises against the laws of physics.
Kai Ping posts a widely circulated e-mail with many recycled anti-China protests in Japan in China/Divide and invites the readers to discuss on whether or not or how to handle such mis-informed information online.
How much money Shenzhen parents are willing to spend on their child´s education? Maryannodonnell shares some interesting stories she overheard with her readers.
A new website, Free Liu Xiaobo Now!, initiated by some members of Chinese PEN, that collects all sorts of information concerning Liu Xiabo.
China Media Project's fellow Xiao Shu comments on the An Yuan Ding scandal and explains why political reform in China cannot be delayed anymore.