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Pornography should be Legal in China – Signed!

Friday, March 5th, 2010

The blog China Divide just made a case for legalizing pornography in China: Pornography should be legal in China. Before I comment about the details I just want to add my signature. Junjie supports that case. Signed! Healthy sex life in China 加油! Help doctor, my sex life is not harmonious! Since ...

WoW players against harmony

Saturday, February 13th, 2010

网瘾战争 - War of internet addiction I just watched this movie created by WoW players (World of Warcraft) from China. They used the game to portrait some events that happened during the last few years in China regarding their beloved game and also freedom of speech in general. In the movie ...

How I discovered China

Sunday, January 31st, 2010

It was some day in 1995, or maybe 1996, definitely before Hong Kong became Chinese, I'm not really sure about the exact year, when a life changing decision was made. Not made by myself, as at that time all important decisions were made by my parents for me. My mum ...

Disadvantages of a Chinese name in online discussions

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

A Chinese name is a must have for any Westerner who visits China. So I was told. I've experimented with some Chinese names, but since then I have given up on using a Chinese name. Although my real European name is hard to pronounce for Chinese, after five minutes of ... will show uncensored results or close for good

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

Yesterday Google made an announcement. They are no longer willing to censor their search results on They want to talk to the government if it is possible to show unfiltered results or close their China operations. On the official Google blog there is a post about the details: A ...

CYBERsitter LLC files $US 2,200,000,000 suit against Peoples Republic of China and others

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010

The US company CYBERsitter LLC produces a software called Cybersitter which is supposed to protect minors from the evil of the internet. In spring 2009 the government of the Peoples Republic of China announced the introduction of Green Dam a software to protect the Chinese people from freedom and the ...

Execution of British man Akmal Shaik in China marks end of Laissez-faire

Wednesday, December 30th, 2009

A few days ago the British man Akmal Shaik was executed in China by leathal injection. Akmal Shaik was sentenced to death after he was caught with 4 KG of heroine in his baggage. There is widespread protest against the execution of Akmal Shaik in the western media and from ...

No more personal domains in China just before Christmas 2009

Monday, December 21st, 2009

The Chinese government has a great gift for its people just before Christmas 2009. Although they tried to keep it secret, the news has surfaced finally. Beginning from 14. December 2009 individuals are no longer allowed to register a domain name in China. This censoring measure comes as a reaction ...