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The End of North Korea As We Know It?

The End of North Korea As We Know It?

(Bam Bam waving good-bye?) The North Korean English-language blogosphere reported last week on the recent “significant breakthroughs” in US-North Korea relations.... 

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CN Reviews’ 2nd Anniversary: thanks to our blog friends

CN Reviews’ 2nd Anniversary: thanks to our blog friends

Two years, 503 posts, and 4,298 comments ago, we started the CN Reviews blog journey. Here’s 20 blogs that sent us traffic and linked to us and otherwise gave us intellectual food and water and kept us on our odyssey.

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Quote: British Paul Carr on American Paranoia

Quote: British Paul Carr on American Paranoia

“This is of course typical American paranoia of all points foreign. ‘The natives are savages! We won’t be able to walk the streets in safety!’” ... 

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Prominent IT Blogger Keso Suspended By Twitter

Prominent IT Blogger Keso Suspended By Twitter

Famous IT blogger Keso has his Twitter account blocked. Despite contacting Twitter, the account has not been restored after 48 hours. Another case of Silicon Valley ignoring the rest of the world?

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Quote: Custer on Hu Jintao As The New Hitler

Quote: Custer on Hu Jintao As The New Hitler

“…because truly, censoring a video game and orchestrating the mass murder of eleven million people is totally the same…” ... 

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Quote: Alec Ash on Political Education Classes

Quote: Alec Ash on Political Education Classes

“He could watch 666 episodes of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ …and wonder at how much sex doctors have with their colleagues in American hospitals.” ... 

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Shanghai Blogger Summit: Not To Be Outdone By Beijing Bloggers

Shanghai Blogger Summit: Not To Be Outdone By Beijing Bloggers

An introduction to the bunch of China bloggers based in Shanghai who met up for drinks and lively conversation, and a review of the shenanigans they were up to.

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Quote: Elaine Chow on Chadni Chowk to China

Quote: Elaine Chow on Chadni Chowk to China

“That part took place in Japan, assholes.” ... 

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China In Photos: Environment, Industry, & Issues By Alex Hofford

China In Photos: Environment, Industry, & Issues By Alex Hofford

Several stunning images of life in China as captured by Hong-Kong based British photojournalist Alex Hofford and featured in his new personal blog & portfolio.

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Quote: Elaine Chow on Transformers & Children

Quote: Elaine Chow on Transformers & Children

“(dun dun dun!)” ... 

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Chinese Bloggers On The 20th Anniversary Of June 4th

Chinese Bloggers On The 20th Anniversary Of June 4th

A collection of blog posts by mainland Chinese bloggers concerning the censorship and memories surrounding the 20th anniversary of Tiananmen Square 1989.

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Sophie Beach: Blocked By The GFW With China Digital Times

Sophie Beach: Blocked By The GFW With China Digital Times

Interview with Sophie Beach, the woman behind China Digital Times. Operated out of UC Berkeley, CDT aggregates China news & information from around the internet.

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Directory of 72+ Women English-language China Bloggers

Directory of 72+ Women English-language China Bloggers

While there may be fewer women English China blogs, these blogs add voices that may hint at the differences in experience between foreign men and women in China.

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China Blog Guide: Ten Eclectic China Blogs You Should Follow

China Blog Guide: Ten Eclectic China Blogs You Should Follow

A list of 10 “atypical” English China blogs for when you’re tired of the “standard white-dude-in-china” blogs that always talk about current events, politics, media, business, commerce, and law.

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Charles Custer: Underground Hip Hop Artist & ChinaGeeks Founder

Charles Custer: Underground Hip Hop Artist & ChinaGeeks Founder

Interview with Charles Custer, the main blogger (and hip hop artist!) behind ChinaGeeks, a young up-and-coming English language blog known for its well-written coverage of China issues.

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