As we all have different views and perspectives of the world, we will probably learn different things from our experiences. I think that is quite natural, and therefor I was not very surprised by one group of “responders” to my expulsion, namely a few Swedish students with study experience in China. One of the first [...]Continue Reading "Response to a blogpost – part 3, A few Swedish students with China experience?"
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 [...]Continue Reading "Chinese censorship."
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 [...]Continue Reading "Proposal to new criminal procedure law in China."
I started writing this blogpost a few weeks ago, at that time with the intention to in some way collect and summarize the different categories of responses that have reached me since I left China. But I found it a bit hard to connect everything in a smooth way. So I decided to make in [...]Continue Reading "Response to a blog – prologue"
November 13, 2011 at 15:48