08. 01. 2014

China blocks the Guardian, censorship-tracking website says

The Guardian’s website has been completely blocked in China, according to a censorship-tracking website. The website was first blocked on Tuesday, according to the websitegreatfire.org. Numerous attempts to access the site from multiple...

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08. 01. 2014

China Confronts the Online Rumor Mill

Anywhere in the world it can be a challenge to sort fact from fiction on the Internet, but in China the problem has a unique dimension, given the relative absence of reliable information,...

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11. 12. 2013

WeChat is going international in a different way to WhatsApp: using games and commerce

The mobile messaging space is getting increasingly cramped. With so many chat apps on the market, what should one do to stand out among the competition? That is a question that desperately needs...

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11. 12. 2013

China’s internet cafes are dying. Here’s 5 ways that could that affect the gaming scene

Since the beginning of video gaming in China, internet cafes have played an integral role in the development of the country’s gaming culture. For many of China’s gamers, they were the only way...

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11. 09. 2013

Some of China’s Prominent Internet Voices

Here are some popular people on Sina’s Weibo and some of their recent messages. Kai-Fu Lee is a Taiwanese high-tech investor who lives in Beijing and has more than 50 million followers. He attracted...

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26. 08. 2013

China: Bo Xilai trial by social media

One of the most dramatic developments from the trial of disgraced senior politician Bo Xilai isn’t what was said in court, but that the arguments were revealed at all. The public received updates...

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