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When Bureaucracy Gets Politicized

There has been a lot of concern about the tainted milk scandal in China, and with each passing day, the scope of the scandal gets bigger. How did this happen, why was it covered up, and what needs to be done about it? My answer is simple: this is the kind of thing which happens [...]

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News Galore!

Just in case you had any doubts that the world was going to hell in a handbasket, and that the inmates were running the asylum, you just might have had some of those doubts removed in the past week. And those doubts were removed in a very dramatic fashion, as in frontal lobotomy fashion. “George [...]

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How To Discuss User Privacy In China?

One of the fun things about China, and the Chinese Internet, is that new issues can pop up very quickly, and become major issues. This has just happened with the issue of user privacy on the Internet. With more social network sites, and more users posting real information about themselves, along with contact information, etc. [...]

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If Copying Is The Sincerest Form of Flattery…

Then I should be truly indebted to the 37thinker website which has copied my articles in full (right down to my internal backlinks) here and here. Now please stop copying my articles without my permission and come up with your own content! You’re not doing China’s reputation any good.

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Alimama, Taobao Merger Points To E-commerce, Search Battle

Alibaba has announced plans to consolidate two of its subsidiaries into one company. Alimama is the company’s ad network for Chinese SMBs, and Taobao is the company’s auction platform, which is best known for dramatically driving eBay China out of the China market after eBay bought Eachnet. This is likely a measure to counter Baidu’s [...]

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China’s Public Sector On The Defensive

One of the recurring themes of China’s reforms and opening up over the past thirty years has been the expansion of China’s private sector, usually at the expense of the public sector, or government-invested industries. This is a theme which has been often overlooked in the west, even by westerners in China, as they are [...]

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Looking for Information on Korean Internet Development

As many of you already know, there are areas where the development of the Internet in South Korea has been influential in China, especially online gaming, which was really born there. Compared to China today though, the Internet in South Korea has much deeper penetration and is much more pervasive than in China. For most [...]

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How Apple Is More Authoritarian Than The Chinese Government

I am a fan of Apple’s products. I believe that the hardware is well-designed, and so is the software. In particular, I believe that the design philosophy behind Objective-C and Cocoa frameworks are the best thought-out and implemented tools for any developer looking for a strong and robust environment for object-oriented programming. Like other Apple [...]

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There Is No China Market

One of my biggest complaints about western observers of China is the overly used term “China market”. In fact, there is no China market, just as there is no European market. While there is a European Union, which many Europeans complain about as some kind of bloated legislative bureaucratic monster, it would be silly for [...]

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China Telecom Shapes Up As Leading China Mobile Competitor

In an earlier article, I talked about my take on the telecom shakeup in China in May. Three months after, it looks more like China Mobile is being slapped down by the State Council for growing too big too fast and being overly aggressive and dominant in the growing Chinese mobile market, which is now [...]

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