Digital Revolution in China

The Washington Post has a nice series of articles on China and the Digital Revolution.

The writer, Philip P. Pan, who is based in Beijing, will be online Today, Feb. 21, at 11 a.m. ET to discuss the digital revolution’s presence in China, the government’s efforts to censor Internet content, see Wikipedia and the rise of blogging.

Here is the link to the discussion and here the link to the overview of the series.

Direct links to his articles:

The click that …

Wikipedia .. Reference Tool On Web Finds Fans

Bloggers Who Pursue

And to finish it off, some amusing tidbits from the post.:
Words you don’t want to use online

I never knew studying finance in Switzerland is that hot.

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2 Responses to “Digital Revolution in China”

  1. Zhuxiu
    February 21st, 2006 14:23
    1

    Just to point out, it is in The Washington Post, not the Washington Times (a Moonie paper).

  2. Administrator
    February 21st, 2006 20:45
    2

    Thanks for pointing out. That was stupid of me.

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