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    Remembering the 5/12 Earthquake Victims

    It has been a long time since I last posted, for which I apologize. I won’t insult your intelligence by offering some excuses, but I will try to get back on a more regular schedule. I thank you for your understanding. If you would like to follow an unadulterated distilled real-time version of my thoughts, [...]

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    Guest Post on Web Strategist

    I have a guest post on Jeremiah Owyang’s blog, Web Strategist. The title of this article is “China: After the Earthquake, Before the Olympics“.

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    Behind The Scenes In China

    Just a quick note about what I see happening behind the scenes in China. The administration of Hu Jintao has made a recent effort to push for transparency and accountability in China, especially related to disbursement of funds related to the Sichuan earthquake, and then acting quickly against corrupt local officials in Wengan in Guizhou [...]

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    China’s Telecom Shakeup And What It Means

    Several days ago, a different kind of earthquake happened in China in the telecoms field. Unlike the Sichuan earthquake which took so many lives and caused so much damage, this shakeup was not unexpected. It’s ramifications will be large, if not huge, and it’s worth going into some depth to get a deeper understanding of [...]

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    Tianya BBS Provides Platform Connecting Sichuan Earthquake Victims, Volunteer Suppliers

    The Tianya BBS, as I have mentioned earlier, is one of the leading BBSes in China. It has now launched a special BBS connecting victims in the earthquake affected areas, with those individuals and companies wanting to voluntarily provide goods and services to help them. (h/t to to the Google China blog for mentioning this). [...]

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    Guest Post on Web-Strategist.com

    I have written a guest post on Web-Strategist.com, Jeremiah Owyang’s personal blog, called The Chinese Internet Becomes A Platform For Grief. Hope you find it informative.

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    Google China’s Search Log Displays Moment of Mourning

    Google China’s blog (in Chinese) mentions a Google search query log which dramatically shows the moment of silence and mourning on 2:28PM on May 19 for the victims of the May 12 earthquake in Sichuan. Apparently, even Google search queries fell off dramatically during that three-minute moment of silence where Chinese stopped everything they were [...]

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    Let’s See How Many Ways We Can Get This Wrong

    Following the Sichuan Wenchuan earthquake, it has been very interesting to watch how the Chinese government and people have reacted, and how many western observers have reacted. For the first time in Chinese history, the Chinese government has ordered that Chinese flags have to be lowered to half-staff, for three days from May 19-21. What [...]

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    Google China Launches Earthquake Disaster People Search

    Google China announced their launch of Google China People Search in the Google China blog to help victims and their relatives get in touch with each other. I have chosen to translate the announcement in full, and have included the original hyperlinks in the story. Aside from the human tragedy, this is an excellent study [...]

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    How Chinese Websites Are Helping Donations For Sichuan Earthquake Victims

    There has been a strong outpouring of support in China for the victims of the Sichuan earthquake, and I thought it would help just to give those outside China and/or do not read Chinese a picture of what is going on in the online world in China. Tianya is one of the larger BBS sites [...]

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