China

Here are the latest posts about China on writerswrite.com:

  • Chinese Authorities Admit They Imprisoned Missing Hong Kong Booksellers (2016-02-06): The missing Hong Kong booksellers have been found. Mainland China has imprisoned them for selling books critical of the Chinese officials.

  • Stocks Set to Open Much Lower as Selloff Continues (2015-08-24): Stocks are set to open much lower as last week's selloff continues on Monday morning. DOW futures are down over 600 points.

  • Jon Huntsman Addresses Chinese People in Fluent Mandarin (2011-10-28):

  • Chinese Government Pulling Avatar From 1,628 Screens (2010-01-19):

  • U.S. Writers Protest Imprisonment of Chinese Dissident Liu Xiaobo (2009-12-31):

  • Chinese Novelist Sues Google for Copyright Infringement (2009-12-17):

  • Chinese Authors Oppose Google Digitzation Plan (2009-10-22):

  • SpongeBob is a Hit in China (2009-02-16):


  • Authors Lobby China to Release Jailed Dissident Writer (2009-01-23):

  • Studios Sue Chinese Download Website (2007-11-22):

  • China Threatens Massive Dollar Devaluation (2007-08-08):

  • Baidu Adds Blog Search (2006-12-10):

  • China Wants Real Names of Bloggers (2006-10-24):

  • Over 1.279 Billion People Still Blogless in China (2006-09-26):

  • Feedburner Feeds Blocked by China? (2006-08-06):

  • China's Top Search Engine Adds Blog Service (2006-06-28):

  • Forecast: 60 Million Bloggers on China's Censoredsphere by Year's End (2006-05-06):

  • China Temporarily Shuts Down More Blogs (2006-03-09):

  • China Has Incredibly Active White-Collar Bloggers (2006-02-21):

  • Microsoft Modifies Blog Censorship Policies (2006-02-01):

  • Google: No Blogger Service for China (2006-01-25):

  • China Limits Online Game Play (2005-10-25):

  • Weblogs, Inc. Launches Engadget China (2005-06-07):

  • Journalist Zheng Yichun Stands Trial in China (2005-04-27):

  • Black Market Books in China (2005-03-16):

  • Author of Tibet Mysteries Banned in China (2004-06-11):