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Chinese lessons for Alberta oil sons: The SinoFile
Beijing's last bout with pollution took a significant economic toll -- and the implications for Ottawa are grim.
Jan 26th, 2013
Beijing celebrates Egypt revolution two years later: The SinoFile
Some keywords remain blocked, but Chinese authorities seem to see the Egyptian Revolution as a cautionary tale against itself.
Jan 25th, 2013
Sex talk slips by censors on Sina Weibo
Proof that Chinese authorities are more concerned with censoring political subversion than maintaining their idea of public decency.
Jan 24th, 2013
Pundit's advice to President Obama: consider potential Chinese 'revolution' and 'war' in South China Sea: The SinoFile
Note to Obama: don't underestimate the impact of 500 'incidents' per day happening in China.
Jan 21st, 2013
Canada, an environmental safe haven for those concerned with Beijing pollution crisis: The SinoFile
As smog chokes up Beijing, Canada looks to be an environmental haven to many Chinese.
Jan 19th, 2013
Beijing's stellar Idle No More coverage: The SinoFile
Maybe this is China's way of telling Harper: 'Hey, we're not so different you and I.'
Jan 18th, 2013
China's One Child Policy lives on, for better or for worse: The SinoFile
Why would Beijing hold onto a policy that the nation's leading academics say may cripple China socially and economically?
Jan 17th, 2013
How Aaron Swartz contributed to Chinese Internet freedom: The SinoFile
Renowned voice on the Chinese Internet tells VO how Swartz contributed to Chinese Internet freedoms.
Jan 14th, 2013
In China's Internet discourse on Southern Weekend, less is more: The SinoFile
Weibo users find another clever way to continue the discussion on Chinese press freedoms.
Jan 12th, 2013
Chinese censors crack down on treasonous porridge: The SinoFile
Beijing is onto the tricks of some of China's most cunning wordsmiths.
Jan 11th, 2013