Posts tagged China news
Nyhus Communications founder and CEO Roger Nyhus has worked as a communications director and advisor for the new U.S. ambassador to China Gary Locke. Therefore, Roger was in a couple Seattle television news segments last week, embedded below with permalinks to their spots on the Nyhus blog.
I couldn’t find much U.S. news coverage of Locke on Tudou or Youku, so in case my China readers can’t view the above, I give you this Tudou playlist of Locke’s appointment: http://www.tudou.com/playlist/p/l11595087.html.
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I’ve been in Seattle and Maine for about a month and a half now and have been a little lazy about blogging. I have some post ideas that require actual work to put together, but in the meantime, I will share a short list of blog posts from others in China that I found particularly worth reading. I think this post is pretty ironic considering the second link down.
Why Do Students Give? [specifically Chinese students] from Collective Responsiblity
Also, I just learned from Thomas Crampton’s blog about Herdict, where you can see what sites are blocked in a country of your choice. Apparently we can add Foursquare to this (long) list (of highly popular-in-the-U.S.) sites in China. I’d appreciate any other good sites that monitor the GFW in the comments.