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Frank Dai

Simply put, I am a blogger, living in China.

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Latest posts by Frank Dai

4 November 2005

The Upcoming Chinese Blogger Conference

The Chinese Blogger Conference would be held from Nov.5 to 6. Chinese Bloggers are very enthusiastic at the first-ever meeting with their online friends. Many of them are already in...

20 October 2005

Wikipedia Blocked in China

Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia based on collaboration and participation is now blocked in many areas in China. On the main page on Wikipedia in Chinese, a sentence appeared:”Some users...

30 September 2005

Chinese Bloggers on the New Internet Regulation

Ministry of Information Industry of China issued a new regulation called “Rules on the Administration of Internet News Information Services” (For Chinese Original and unofficial English Translation of the document),...

18 September 2005

What Happen to Skype in China?

Skype, the successful VOIP program which has earned international reputation is said to be blocked in China for economical reasons, at least in the southeast city of Shenzhen by China...

3 September 2005

What Chinese Bloggers Think of “Super Girls”

Super Girls, a contest for female singers, has been the major entertainment event in China this summer. It was even evaluated to high level of social and political meaning. Chinese...

26 August 2005

News from Chinese Blogosphere(Aug 21th-27th)

1 Firewall Update: From Aug 20th, internet users in mainland China generally began to experience access failures when they tried to browse websites outside China. Even the searching engine Google...

19 August 2005

News from Chinese Blogosphere(Aug 14th-20th)

1. 60 Anniversary Sino-Japanese War: August 20 was the 60 anniversary marking the end of Sino-Japanese War in World War Ⅱ, lasting from 1937 to 1945. Postshow, the “Boing Boing...

17 August 2005

Blog-city Blocked in China?

From yesterday afternoon, blog-city, a famous BSP is beginning to be blocked in China. Now it was still under filter by GFW, the project to detect key words and block...

13 August 2005

News from Chinese Blogosphere(Aug7th-13th)

1. The Yahoo-Alibaba Deal: The largest merger in Chinese Internet took place on August 11. Alibaba.com, a leading Chinese e-commerce company, which featured online auction and trade, acquired Yahoo China....

6 August 2005

News from Chinese Blogosphere

1 The case of luXuesong: LuXuesong, a teacher in Jilin College of the Arts, was suspended from her teaching post with political reason in May. She played a movie that...

4 August 2005

Chinese Blogger's criticism over Bokee.com

Bokee.com, formerly known as Blogchina, is the largest Blog Service Provider in China, with 2 million blog accounts. However some Chinese bloggers have been very critical of what Bokee did...

30 July 2005

USA: Blogger punished for his political remarks over Iraq

News from Chinese Blogosphere

After Tencent required its QQ Group users to register their real name, poll shows that near half of people would abandon the use of this popular IM software. Also 65%...

23 July 2005

News from the Chinese Blogosphere

This week, Tencent Company, which own QQ, the most popular IM software in China, decided to comply with local government demanding the creator and administrator of QQ group to hand...

21 July 2005

China: Real name registration for instant messenger

Real name registration has been hot topic for Chinese bloggers since most of BBS owned by major colleges were closed down or restricted access by government in March. People generally...