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Oiwan Lam · March, 2012

a media activist, researcher and educator currently based in Hong Kong. my chinese writings are in and my twitter account is @oiwan.

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Latest posts by Oiwan Lam from March, 2012

Rumours of Children Abduction by Mainland Chinese Heighten in Hong Kong

Taiwan, U.S.A: Taiwanese Pig Farmers Protest American Beef Imports

China: Proposal of Issuing Large Denomination RMB Bills

China: Citizens Call for Public Monitoring of Organ Transplantation

After years of speculation, China's Ministry of Health has confirmed that executed prisoners are in fact harvested for organs. Now, netizens want to know: how are donors matched with patients,...

South Korea: Protest Against Start of Jeju Naval Base Construction

Villagers from Gangjeong, South Korea, have been protesting against the construction of a naval base on Jeju Island for several years. On March 7, the South Korean navy together with...

China: Appeal to Tibetans To Cease Self-Immolation

China: Copycat Movie Posters

Hong Kong, China: Poems on Ugliness

China: Ancient Wall Gives Way to Luxurious Mansion

China: Lesson on Survival Skill

China: Net Initiative to Help Occupational Lung Disease Sufferers

A netizen initiated charity project 'Love Save Pneumoconiosis', was launched in mid 2011, to help out sufferers of pneumoconiosis. This occupational lung disease, caused by inhalation of dust, particularly affects...

China: After Voting, Can Wukan Claim Victory?

China: Challenging the 50 Cent Party

With a new spoofed flag, China's army of paid pro-government online commentators have recently gotten the sharp end of a number of new jokes. Oiwan Lam reports.

China: Old propaganda for a new era

A Pictorial Guide to China's Politics: Left v. Right

China: What Happened in Kashgar?

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