During the semesters in China, me and my Japanese flatmate Yohei decided to go on a trip. We started with two days in Nanjing before we went back home and then went out on our long trip. We had seen on our TV once a program about the snow and ice festival in Harbin and [...]
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December 20, 2012 at 19:31
Idag skrev ett gäng med Kinakännare ett debattinlägg om hur de ser på Björklunds initiativ om mer kinesiska i skolan. Initiativet är bra, men det behövs mer, och överlag en förändrad attityd mot kunskaper om Kina. Sedan jag kom tillbaka från Kina har det slagit mig många gånger hur lite till exempel svenska journalister kan [...]
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September 9, 2012 at 12:33
As I commute to work every day and usually have about 2-3 hours/day to read books. I decided to take a few university courses again. Since most of the books I want to read is about China I found it quite suitable to take courses about China. Therefore I found it very suitable that the [...]
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September 6, 2012 at 20:33
Here comes the next post on the responses to my expulsion from China. And this is perhaps a bit extra fascinating. One of the Swedish nationalist blogs that wrote about me after my expulsion was the one by Lena Holfe (I hadn’t heard about her before). The blog main title is (my translation): “Save Sweden [...]
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July 25, 2012 at 21:31
One of the most active kind of people to give response to my expulsion from China was Swedish nationalists. I got aware of several nationalistic blogs that I hadn’t heard about before and in the comments of many of the news articles, nationalists were also very active. I think I take up this ball now, [...]
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July 10, 2012 at 23:06
In these days, its one year ago the I was expelled from China, probably one of the most interesting experiences of my life. What I can remember, I haven’t regret it a single second, but considered my kind of on-the-edge-blogpost before, and even more after as one of the most important investments I ever made. [...]
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June 4, 2012 at 09:00
23 years ago, the ruling party in Beijing commanded a massacre of peacefully demonstrating people on the Tiananmen square. A terrible crime to human kind and a terrible crime to the Chinese people. 23 years later, the same party is ruling, putting huge efforts to maintain its own power and system. In memory of this, [...]
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March 10, 2012 at 10:31
I saw a tweet by kinablog linking to a BBC article about a study about censorship in China today. Censorship on Sina Weibo – 50% of messages deleted in Tibet, 12% in Beijing, 11% in Shanghai. is.gd/Tinura — Kim Rathcke Jensen (@kinablog) 3月 10, 2012 For those who doesn’t know; Sina Weibo is often called [...]
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March 9, 2012 at 07:25
I was first going to write this as a facebook update, but when I realised it was a bit long and that I update my blog not too often, I realized I could copy it into my blog instead. It has been going on for a while, I heard it a few month ago for [...]
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