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Rednecks, Red Guards & Trolls: Kaiser Kuo on US-China Online

Rednecks, Red Guards & Trolls: Kaiser Kuo on US-China Online

Kaiser Kuo speaks at TEDxHonolulu about the crisis in US-China relationships on a person-to-person level, exacerbated by large-scale and unmediated contact over the internet.

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CNBloggerCon: For The Chinese, Not The Foreigners

CNBloggerCon: For The Chinese, Not The Foreigners

The China Blogger Conference is largely inaccessible and irrelevant to most foreigners. Even so, what happens here, every year, is something we can all appreciate.

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Busing From Guangzhou To Lianzhou

Busing From Guangzhou To Lianzhou

A 3 hour bus ride from Guangzhou to Lianzhou involves smooth highways & narrow, uneven dangerous country roads. A truck rolls over & an old man grabs my crotch.

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Off To 2009′s 5th Annual CnBloggerCon We Go!

Off To 2009′s 5th Annual CnBloggerCon We Go!

The 5th annual China Blogger Conference is being held in Lianzhou this year, about 3 hours outside of Guangzhou. We’re sponsoring and attending so check back for our coverage.

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Quote: Jeremiah Jenne on What Chinese Fear

Quote: Jeremiah Jenne on What Chinese Fear

“…Chinese see their history through the lens of chaos/order with the forces of the latter fighting a constant battle against the former.” ... 

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CNBloggerCon 2008 in review: Transforming China’s civil society from the inside out

CNBloggerCon 2008 in review: Transforming China’s civil society from the inside out

Social media, and the blogosphere, are playing a historic role in the transformation of China. Because mainstream media in China continues to be regulated and controlled,... 

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CNBloggerCon 2008 photos: my favorites from my Flickr set

CNBloggerCon 2008 photos: my favorites from my Flickr set

CNBloggerCon 2008.  I don’t think I’ve ever worked so hard covering an event before as a blogger.  In addition to dealing with the logistics of the... 

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Chinese Blogger Conference 2008 and China 2.0 Tour: A Look Back

Chinese Blogger Conference 2008 and China 2.0 Tour: A Look Back

It took quite a while for the dust to settle — quite a number of us jabbed the pause button on our “regular lives” as we spent seven full days... 

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International Chinese: my speech at CNBloggerCon 2008

International Chinese: my speech at CNBloggerCon 2008

It’s probably a bit odd for me to be writing about my own speech, as I somehow tend to see this as shameless self-promotion. Nevertheless, I’m doing... 

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Publishing Autonomy — CnbloggerCon 2008

Publishing Autonomy — CnbloggerCon 2008

Publishing Autonomy in the New Economy Speaker: Christopher Adams Taslima Nasrin’s photo on flickr found by Japanese magazine. How did they find the photo? I used... 

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Asia Open Web – CnbloggerCon 2008

Asia Open Web – CnbloggerCon 2008

Speaker: Lu Gang. PhD, TechCrunch (mobinode), blognation (readwritebweb) Old school BBS: The Chinese Social Networking Phenomenon China’s Facebook Clones Research... 

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Internet and Civil Society in China – CNbloggerCon 2008

Internet and Civil Society in China – CNbloggerCon 2008

Panel – NGO 2.0: Internet and the Growth of China’s Civil Society Speaker: Lu Fei The Use of Online Information Platform for NGO Relief Work During Wenchuan... 

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Rational Online Debate – cnbloggercon 2008

Rational Online Debate – cnbloggercon 2008

Idealism, debate and blogging Speaker: Ping Ke (平客, aka. buchimifan) Has anybody used anonymous names to make posts that support yourself? I think many people... 

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CNBloggerCon 2008 Day 2 Schedule (but outdated)

CNBloggerCon 2008 Day 2 Schedule (but outdated)

Here is the published schedule for Day 2 of the CNBloggerCon 2008 in Guangzhou. But it is already outdated: A11 – 9:00 – Keynote: Human & Social... 

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True information on the web – cnbloggercon 2008

True information on the web – cnbloggercon 2008

An analysis of Authenticity in Online Content Speaker: Hecaitou 和菜头 I really like the web. This year, a lot of weird things happened to me on the web, I realized... 

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