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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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American Bias & Insecurity From China’s One-Party Autocracy?

American Bias & Insecurity From China’s One-Party Autocracy?

How did Thomas Friedman’s mere suggestion that China’s one-party autocracy is more efficient at making decisions label him as demanding Communist revolution?

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Persecuted Religious Movements, Product Reviews, & Internet Stats

Persecuted Religious Movements, Product Reviews, & Internet Stats

Why China is the worst place to study controversial issues, great Chinese websites for dining, travel, cosmetics, IT, & education reviews, & 338 million users!

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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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Green Dam, Anti-Hui Prejudice, Chinese Politics, & Barbarism!

Green Dam, Anti-Hui Prejudice, Chinese Politics, & Barbarism!

CNR’s Weekly Review highlights some of the most interesting and can’t miss blog posts from the English China blogosphere. This week: June 7-13, 2009.

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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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English China Blogs Increasingly Translate Chinese Forum Content

English China Blogs Increasingly Translate Chinese Forum Content

Since chinaSMACK popped into the scene, other English China blogs have increasingly copied its formula of translating Chinese discussion forum news and content.

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Chinese Racism: Yes, It Exists, But Why Won’t They Admit It?

Chinese Racism: Yes, It Exists, But Why Won’t They Admit It?

Both ChinaGeeks and Fool’s Mountain have recently posted their frustrations, as foreigners, with how many mainland Chinese negatively respond to the very notion... 

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