tiananmen square massacre

tiananmen square massacre

China's ruling elite can't ignore the growing calls for change | Hsiao-Hung Pai

www.guardian.co.uk
The National People's Congress has begun amid growing discontent. Party leaders will soon have to loosen their grip on power to surviveChina's 18th National People's Congress has begun, and 2,200 delegates are gathered in the capital, about to "elect" the preordained leaders of the country in a once-in-a-decade power change....
China's ruling elite can't ignore the growing calls for change | Hsiao-Hung Pai

Tastemaker destination AHAlife raises a $10.1 million Series B round from international investors

thenextweb.com
Every day, the website AHAlife delivers unique products from categories like fashion, food, beauty, accessories, home décor, tech and travel experiences right to your inbox. The site exudes “tastemaker status“, pairing a glossy editorial vibe with celebrity curators including Tim Gunn, DVF, Carmindy, Wendi Murdoch, Daniel Boulud, Bobbi Brown, Petra Nemcova, Cynthia Rowley, and Tina Brown...
Tastemaker destination AHAlife raises a $10.1 million Series B round from international investors

Human Flesh Search Engines and DIY Groupons: Surprising Truths About China’s Netizens

pandodaily.com
If you’re a headline skimmer and interested in tech, there’s a fair chance you have a fairly crude understanding of what Chinese people get up to online. They’re an Internet nation suffering under the weight of heavy-handed censorship, you might think. They’re mere followers of online behaviors and technologies developed...
Human Flesh Search Engines and DIY Groupons: Surprising Truths About China’s Netizens

Dalai Lama Holds Q&A with Chinese via Twitter

www.readwriteweb.com
Just like most walls, there are ways around, over, under and through the "Great Firewall" of China. While the Dalai Lama would never find himself having a government-sanctioned chat with the Chinese populous, the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader will be answering questions from Chinese Web users via Twitter on Friday....
Dalai Lama Holds Q&A with Chinese via Twitter

Is Google Blocked In China?

www.readwriteweb.com
Several news outlets are reporting this morning that China has finally blocked Google's search engine completely. This follows Google's move earlier this month, wherein the search engine giant moved its search engine service in China to Hong Kong, in hopes of taking advantage of the "One Country, Two Systems" policy...
Is Google Blocked In China?

Chen Guangcheng knows exile isn't easy, but it may be his best bet | Jo Glanville

www.guardian.co.uk
Even before the internet, dissidents in exile were able to create networks that provided a lifeline to those back homeThe desperate plight of Chen Guangcheng is a graphic illustration of how China treats its dissidents. Harassed and intimidated, Chen has spent the past seven years between prison and house arrest...
Chen Guangcheng knows exile isn't easy, but it may be his best bet | Jo Glanville

Google Brings Twitter Search Results to China

www.readwriteweb.com
It's been nearly a year since China first shutdown access to Twitter in preparation for the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre, but today Google has opened up the doors again, in a way. According to an article this morning in the Los Angeles Times, Google has added Twitter...
Google Brings Twitter Search Results to China

On Eve of Tiananmen Anniversary, a Major Censorship Shift

blogs.wsj.com
Users of the popular Weibo microblog were able to search for information related to the Tiananmen Square Massacre -- but it's not what it appears to be....
On Eve of Tiananmen Anniversary, a Major Censorship Shift

The tastemaker’s shopping site, AHAlife launches in over 100 countries

thenextweb.com
Every day, the website AHAlife delivers unique products from categories like fashion, food, beauty, accessories, home décor, tech and travel experiences right to your inbox. The site exudes “tastemaker status“, pairing a glossy editorial vibe with celebrity curators including Tim Gunn, DVF, Carmindy, Wendi Murdoch, Daniel Boulud, Bobbi Brown, Petra Nemcova, Cynthia Rowley, and Tina Brown...
The tastemaker’s shopping site, AHAlife launches in over 100 countries

Last week in Asia: China censors Tiananmen and tightens online controls, GREE buys Korean firm and more

thenextweb.com
Welcome to the latest Last Week in Asia round-up, our selection of the key stories and developments from across Asia’s growing technology and Internet spaces. China Top story: China’s Sina Weibo disables emoticons, quietens microbloggers on Tiananmen Square anniversary The Tiananmen Square massacre is one of the most controversial events in the history of...
Last week in Asia: China censors Tiananmen and tightens online controls, GREE buys Korean firm and more

Line prepares to monitor its 150 million users to censor sensitive Chinese words

thenextweb.com
Earlier this year, Tencent-owned WeChat, a mobile messaging app with more than 300 million users, came under fire for censoring ‘sensitive’ topics that its users were discussing. Now, Line, a rival app developed in Japan which has 150 million users, is the next in line to pal up to the...
Line prepares to monitor its 150 million users to censor sensitive Chinese words
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?