Frank Dai · December, 2005

Latest posts by Frank Dai from December, 2005

Chinese Blogosphere:Year in Review

  31 December 2005

The development of blog in 2005 is fast and influential. Compared with early years when blog was first introduced, 2005 is the booming year of Chinese Blogosphere in terms of the number of blogs, quality of posting and recognition of blogging. From perspective of blog hosting service, all the BSPs...

News From Chinese Blogosphere

  18 December 2005

1 Buzzwords in 2005: As the end of year 2005 approaches, Baidu, the largest search engine in Chinese released its hottest words in (in ZH)Chinese internet; the top ten was as followed: “Mp3″(Baidu provided a controversial mp3 search and download service), “Super Girls“, “Fairy Tale”(a popular Chinese lovesong), QQ(instant message...

China: Prime Minister Blogging?

  6 December 2005

Chinese Preimier WenJiabao is Blogging? Someone found that a blog named “Daily Briefing of Wenjiabao's work” on, the leading Blog Hosting Service in China. Shangjin, a technology reporter, has some screenshots on his blog(in ZH). He also asked Fangxindong, CEO and founder of Bokee about whether this blog is...

News From Chinese Blogosphere

  2 December 2005

Bush Visit: Geogrge W. Bush, president of United States, visited China from Dec. 20th and met with Chinese leaders, talking about issues like trade and religious freedom. A Chinese journalist who participated in the welcome ceremony in a church posted on his blog about Bush titled “Bush's Hairy Hands” (in...

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