A Few Thoughts on the Google Imbroligio

Not being Rebecca MacKinnon has its disadvantages.  Yet, in spite of having only the most meager of backgrounds as a paid journalist and not being the most quoted China-internet specialist in the Occident, I have a few views on the subject that have been brewing for a few days.  Thus, when you’re done reading MacKinnon’s spot-on essay about how Hillary Clinton ought not to play … Continue reading A Few Thoughts on the Google Imbroligio

GVO Hits the Wharf: Promising Global Aggregate

I want to strongly recommend reading a trilingual essay linked below. How do Chinese netizens view the efforts of Western “China experts” like Rebecca MacKinnon? The essay leaves plenty to ponder, esp. how global internet and media interaction polish or nick, rather than fundamentally transform , Chinese self-regard, particularly in the extreme but by no means pure-fringe Chinese core of the “Anti-CNN” web movement from … Continue reading GVO Hits the Wharf: Promising Global Aggregate