Category Archives: internet

My-daddy-is-Li-Gang get a trial – Jeremy Goldkorn

Jeremy Goldkorn by Fantake via Flickr Jeremy Goldkorn explains in CNN the background of the online uproar that emerged when the son of police chief Li Gang killed a girl…

Baidu’s window on China – Kaiser Kuo

Kaiser Kuo via Wikipedia Baidu’s spokesperson Kaiser Kuo initiated the idea of an English-language weblog to offer the outside world a window on China, he tells the Voice of America….

The sensitive words on the internet today – Jeremy Goldkorn

Jeremy Goldkorn by Fantake via Flickr Jeremy Goldkorn of the media site Danwei explains to CNN how China’s domestic internet companies deal with sensitive issues, to prevent them from getting…

Censorship does not help Baidu against Google – Kaiser Kuo

via CrunchBase Google has been complaining that censorship in increasing their cost as a foreign player, but Kaiser Kuo, international communication director of its domestic competitor Baidu says in the…

China’s rising online civil society – Howard French

Howard French by Fantake via Flickr China has changed profoundly, since its first high-profile internet case, the police killing Sun Zhigang in 2003, till today’s opinion blogger Han Han, writes…

Why the internet is not making us stupid – Kaiser Kuo

Kaiser Kuo via Flickr Baidu’s Kaiser Kuo spoke recently in a debate in Hong Kong against the the argument that the internet was making us stupid. “What are we gaining…

Internet, a feedback system for the government – Jeremy Goldkorn

Jeremy Goldkorn by Fantake via Flickr China’s governments, central, provincial and local, are using the internet increasingly to listen what is happening in their huge country. So, internet analyst and…

China’s Baidu as a game-changer – Kaiser Kuo

Kaiser Kuo¬†Fantake via Flickr China’s companies have mostly been seen as intelligent copy-cats of their Western competitors at best, certainly no innovators. China’s largest search engine Baidu.com proves it can…

Tudou turns to internet TV – Marc van der Chijs

Marc van der Chijs Flickr Tudou, one of China’s largest video hosting companies, is making a surprise move by making the first -made-for-internet soap, explains Marc van der Chijs, co-founder…

Mok, Andy

Andy Mok is a senior fellow at the Center for China and Globalization, the managing director of Red Pagoda Resources, a Beijing-based executive search firm. Travels from Beijing