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Digital Archive for Chinese Studies
Leiden Division

Corruption

We have archived four Chinese websites that report cases of curruption by Chinese officials, upon reading the article 'China websites lead way in exposing graft' by Chua Chin Hon in The Straits Time (Singapore, 31 July 2004).
Downloaded on 9 August 2004.

The four websites mentioned in the article are:

More related articles

'神秘网站专揭腐败' on Secret China News (www.secretchina.com) (15 July 2004). About www.chinacomplaint.com and www.yuluncn.com.
Downloaded on 9 August 2004.

'Hu-Jiang Power Struggles Enter Cyberspace' by Tian Jing and Feng Liang in Asia Times Online (Hong Kong, 20 July 2004). About www.chinacomplaint.com and www.yuluncn.com.
Downloaded on 9 August 2004.

'Is the CCP Truly Against Corruption? : "China Complaint Net" Captures Public Distaste' by Zhao Dagong in The Epoch Times (USA, 28 July 2004). About www.chinacomplaint.com.
Downloaded on 9 August 2004.

'Wars Online' by Simon on Simon World (simonworld.mu.nu) (Hong Kong, 2 August 2004). About www.fanfubai.com, www.yuluncn.com and www.chinatousu.org.
Downloaded on 9 August 2004.

'Straits Times Article: The Internet Helps Citizens Keep Government Accountable'. A discussion thread on the China Daily Online Community (bbs.chinadaily.com.cn) (Beijing). About the article in The Straits Times of 31 July 2004.
Downloaded on 9 August 2004.

'Ta1wan Did Not Always Belong to China'. A discussion thread on the China Daily Online Community (bbs.chinadaily.com.cn) (Beijing). The discussion is actually about Taiwan being a part of China or not, but one of the contributors mentions www.chinatousu.org, www.fanfubai.com and www.yuluncn.com.
Downloaded on 9 August 2004.

'中国封杀反腐网站'. In Epoch Times (USA 8 October 2004). Another announcement about closing down www.chinacomplaint.com and www.fanfubai.com.
Downloaded on 9 October 2004.


 
 
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