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Oiwan Lam · August, 2011

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 August, 2011

China: Wedding bikes

China: Dalian Anti PX Protest Photo Collection

China: Dog Massacre in Jiangmen City

China: Music Video – People of July

China Model in Two Different Cities

In the past few years, the term "China Model" has been widely discussed among intellectuals in China, and is now slowly spreading to other developing countries in Asia, Latin America...

China: Discount train ticket for the disabled

China: Rural migrant workers self-bury protest

Trust in China’s new media era

China: Human rights defender facing food shortage

China: Internet memes on Wenzhou Train Crash

China: Anger Over State TV Attack on Microblogging Platforms

Bloggers in China fear that a recent broadcast by state-controlled China Central Television (CCTV) entitled, 'Where is the moral bottom line of Microblogs?', was a direct attack on citizen media...

China: When the Concept of Tibet Enters the Stock Market

China: Taxi Drivers’ Strike in Hangzhou

China: Symbolism of the High Speed Train

China: Politics in the age of the microblog

China: Chemical Vinegar

A local report has revealed that 90% of vinegar in the market is produced by glacial acetic acid rather than grain. According to the report [zh] in the First Financial...

China: Chinese Shanzhai Products

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