Tag Archives: Sina

Royalty fee for a Chinese tweet: 25 yuan

A royalty check of 25 yuan for a reprinted Chinese tweet.

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Stuff you can’t microblog about

Sina microblogger Cheng Yizhong discovers that he doesn’t turn up in a Sina microblog search.

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School violence: does it belong in the news?

Some newspapers report on the stabbings at a kindergarten in Taixing, Jiangsu Province, but most report obliquely on new measures intended to improve school campus safety.

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Government double-speak about earthquakes and oil prices

The Sina microblog page of user Jiandansue has a widely distributed news items headline montage.

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Kobe Bryant starts bilingual blog on Sina.com

NBA megastar Kobe Bryant of the L.A. Lakers starts his own bilingual blog on Sina.com, which also hosts his personal website on its sports channel.

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Google, Baidu, Sina, QQ “vulgar and unhealthy”

China has announced the first list of websites exposed for low and vulgar practices on the Internet, as a result of its recent effort to strengthen regulations on Internet content.

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Raymond Zhou’s X-Ray

Book excerpt: X-Ray: Examining the China Enigma by Raymond Zhou (周黎明). Zhou is a well-known Chinese film critic and culture writer, who has published many books in Chinese. The book, in English, is a collection of 99 essays written for the China Daily.

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Rizzoli in China

Danwei’s Q&A with Duan Yanling, the editor-in-chief of Case da Abitare who explains what the book’s Italian publisher, Rizzoli, is trying to do in the Chinese market.

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The girl who sat with her back to the Premier

Chinese BBS are talking about the girl who sat with her back to Premier Wen, Chongqing and the Guinness Book of Records, Mao’s birthday, and propaganda official versus real estate bureau chief.

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Xinhua calls it for Obama

Obama wins and the Chinese media are all over it.

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