Tag Archives: Ran Yunfei

Internet Human Rights Declaration

Issued by 15 Chinese intellectuals Source: Canyu Author: Ling Canzhou and others On 8 October 2009, 15 Chinese intellectuals, including writers, scholars and lawyers, jointly issued the following online Internet Human Rights Declaration: Internet Human Rights Declaration Those of us … Continue reading

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Bullog (bullock.cn) China Returns

牛,已经回到墙里。[The Bull has returned to behind the Wall] Bullog (bullock.cn) China has been repackaged and re-launched with a new URL, a new look and a new policy.  According to a notice posted on the homepage, the new site will strictly … Continue reading

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Baozuitun: a Chinese Blogger Who Challenges Censorship Boundaries

I am glad to announce the return of Baozuitun 饱醉豚 (or the Gluttonous Suckling Pig).  He is one of the two bloggers whose blogs at Bullog.cn were forced to close down shortly after Charter 08 was made public.  The other … Continue reading

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Ran Yunfei: the Legacy of Bullog.cn

Since the closure of Bullog.cn on 9 January 2008, many Chinese bloggers have written about the incident and have paid tribute to this blog portal. There is a reasonably complete collection of these articles at the GWF Blog. The owner … Continue reading

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Bullog is Harmonised? 牛博给河蟹了

I have been trying to log on to Bullog for the whole day without much success.  At first I thought it was just a technical glitch.  Thanks to a tip from Austin Ramzy at the Time China Blog, I now … Continue reading

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More Charter 08 Casualties: Bullog Purged, Ran Yunfei Suspended

Bullog 牛博网, a progressive blog portal, becomes the next victim of a purge that has swept across the blogosphere in China since the release of Charter 08.  As a result, Bullog lost two of its most popular bloggers: Ran Yunfei … Continue reading

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Tibet, Olympics and Chinese Nationalism

One of the hot topics of debate in the last couple of days has been: whether the protests directed against China at torch relays in London, Paris and San Francisco have been used by the Communist regime in China to … Continue reading

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