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    Sina Weibo Makes Basketball Grannie Famous

    Sina Weibo makes the unknown famous, even if they have nothing to do with the internet.

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    My Take On Social Media Tools For Influence

    Paul Denlinger takes a close look at several tools for measuring social media influence and knowledge.

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    White God Syndrome Meets China’s Internet Sovereignty

    Virtually all westerners, and most western companies, embrace the belief that information should be free. This means that it should freely cross national borders and be accessible by anyone with a browser. In short, as long as it sits on a web server, it should be accessible from anywhere. Some individuals, such as Mark Zuckerberg, [...]

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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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    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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    How Chinese Society Is Changing

    The west never seem to tire of telling the Chinese, especially Chinese government, about how China should become a more open society, and the Chinese never tire of telling the west to shut up and stop interfering in China’s internal affairs. The great irony is that for the most part, both sides agree on one [...]

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    Interfering In Another Country’s Internal Affairs

    “Interfering in another country’s internal affairs” is a routine mantra often used by Chinese government spokespersons, and is used most often when pointed at the US and US critics, especially with regard to human rights policies. On the surface, this makes a lot of sense, especially with regards to generally ignorant US politicians, movie stars [...]

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    Can Blogging Help Foster International Understanding?

    Last week I met with Elliott Ng, publisher of CNReviews, a US-based site which aims to help westerners get a better understanding of modern China. Today, Elliott posted on his site an idea about bringing both Chinese and western bloggers closer together through their attendance at a Chinese Bloggercon event in November to be held [...]

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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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