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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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    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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    The Value of Independent Statistics for Online Media in China

    Victor Koo, CEO of Youku, recently wrote an article, Internet Measurement in China: How to Get Out of the Dark Ages, where he highlighted the major challenge for Internet companies in China: the lack of reliable metrics for performance measurement. In the article he talks about how even some VCs in China still rely on [...]

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    My Wish List For The CNNIC Report

    The biannual China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) report covering the first half of 2008 has been released (in Chinese) and is now available. The Ogilvy China Digital Watch website has provided an excellent job of capturing the main points in English. The most salient point of the report is that China now has 253 [...]

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    Apple and China: The American Media Ignorance Continues

    Over the past year, the tone of coverage of many China-related topics in the US has improved. For the most part, writers covering China have tried to look past the generally-accepted stereotypes, and have tried to get a deeper understanding of what is going on in China. But occasionally something finds its way through the [...]

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    Chinese Ecommerce And The Chinese Hockey Stick

    In an earlier post, I talked about a phenomenon called the Chinese hockey stick. The concept of the Chinese hockey stick is fairly simple: it takes a while for investment in a new sector to show results in China, but when it does, it takes off, going almost straight up like a hockey stick. So [...]

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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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    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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    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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    The Chinese BBS As Town Square

    Chang-Won Kim, who publishes the Web 2.0 Asia blog, recently commented on my article about China’s BBSes, and questioned whether the BBS would indeed become the future of social media in China. Here is what Mr. Kim says: In short, the article said: Much of Chinese internet = BBS Often the Chinese “group thoughts/activities”, such [...]

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