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Chinese Art Activist Returns to Ruins of Bulldozed Arts District

Written by An Xiao BEIJING — Photographer and installation artist Wu Yuren (吴玉仁), who Hyperallergic profiled last year for his activist work, has returned after a year to visit the 008 and Zhengyang arts districts, both the sites of a

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Looking at Chinese Social Media (Part 3 of 3)

For part one and two of this three-part series on Chinese social media, visit here and here. What Next? Taking Advantage of Weibo Just how do you tap into this interface? Like Twitter, it takes a little while to get

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Looking at Chinese Social Media: Censorship and Speaking Mandarin (Part 2 of 3)

For part 1 of this three-part series on Chinese social media, click here. Time to Log On? Is it time for the Western art world to join Chinese social media? That depends on your goals. “I don’t see any reason

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Time for the Western Art World to Join Chinese Social Media? (Part 1 of 3)

Cruising In: Weibo’s Ashton Moment A few months ago, Tom Cruise made waves in both Chinese and Western media by announcing that he had joined Sina Weibo, the popular Chinese microblogging tool used by Chinese and, now, Western celebrities. “We’re

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Censors Keep Watch on U.S. Embassy Microblog

Source: The Wall Street Journal Attempts by the U.S. Embassy in Beijing to stimulate discussion on Internet freedom among Chinese microblog users ran up against Beijing’s sophisticated censorship apparatus Wednesday. Now it appears that this effort has landed the embassy’s

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China: Facebook’s Undiscovered Country

Source: Fortune – By JP Mangalindan If Mark Zuckerberg wants in on the biggest boom country in Asia, the social networking champ will have to make some tough choices about what kind of company he wants Facebook to be. “Like”

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