The Internet in China
Amnesty International, China 1999. Required reading for anyone wishing to understand the nature and extent of political repression in China.
University of Melbourne, Australia. Chinese Studies WWW Virtual Library.
China Internet Directory. Directory to web sites within China.
China Online. A U.S.-based news and analysis site focusing on business information about China.
Bick-har Yeung, Univ. of Melbourne, Internet and Chinese Studies Resources. An introduction to the Internet in China, including the history of Internet development in China, coding systems for Chinese documents, Chinese search engines, and links to additional resources.
Human Rights in China. New York-based site focusing on political repression in China.
Heidelberg University, Germany. Internet Guide for China Studies.
Anonymous 1998. "Chinese tunnel through the Net," The Economist, Vol. 346, No. 8054 (February 7, 1998), p. 43.
Anonymous. 2000a. "China drafts law on Internet-based crimes," China Online October 24, 2000). Available online at htp://www.chinaonline.com/topstories/001024/1/c00102312.asp.
Anonymous. 2000b. "Did China miss the boat? Business Week (April 17, 2000), p. 28ff.
Anonymous. 2000c. "The China Internet Consumer Report: New Report Detailing China's Online Users," China Online (November 19, 1998). Available online at http://www.chinaonline.com/specialevents/internetconsumer.html.
Bell, Duran. 2000. "Guanxi: a nesting of groups," Current Anthropology, Vol. 41, No. 1 (February 2000), available online at http://www.hamclub.uci.edu/~dbell/
Chen, Judy M. 2000. "IT Multinationals: Willing Partners to Repression in China?" Available online at http://www.hrichina.org/Beijing IT Trade Show -- Judy Chen.html
Dobson, William J. 1998. "Protest.org: Chinese dissenters get on to the Net," New Republic, Vol. 219, No. 1 (July 6, 1998), pp. 18-21.
Fang, Bay. 1998. "Chinese 'hacktivists' spin a Web of trouble: the regime is unable to control the Internet," U.S. News & World Report, Vol. 125, No. 12 (September 28, 1998), p. 47.
Froomkin, A. Michael. 1996. "The Internet as a Source of Regulatory Arbritrage," in Brian Kahin and Charles Nesson (eds.), Borders in Cyberspace (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1997). Available online at http://personal.law.miami.edu/%7Efroomkin/articles/arbitr.htm.
Lestz, Michael. 1999. "Why smash the Falun Gong?" Religion in the News, Vol. 2, No. 3. Available online at http://www.trincoll.edu/depts/csrpl/RINVol2No3/Falun Gong.htm.
Liu, Melinda, and Kevin Platt. 2000. "China's E-Rebels," Newsweek International (October 2, 2000), p. 52.
Lu, Peter Weigang. 2000. "Internet Developments in China: An Analysis of the CNNIC Survey Report," available online at http://www.virtualchina.com/infotech/analysis/chinanet-cnnic-1.html
McMahon, William J. 1999. "China needs open Internet - Experts," China Online (November 8, 1999). Available online at http://www.chinaonline.com/industry/infotech/newsarchive/secure/1999/november/c9110523.asp
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Niccolai, James. 2000. "China spammers a growing source of e-mail headaches. InfoWorld, Vol. 24, No. 17 (April 24, 2000).
Ribao, Tianjin. 2000. "China Issues New Regulations For Internet Cafes," China Online (January 21, 1999). Available online at http://www.chinaonline.com/issues/internet_policy/NewsArchive/Secure/1999/September/sp_b2_99012119.asp
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Sautede, Eric. 1996. "The Internet in China: Between and Constable and the Gamekeeper," China Perspectives, No. 4 (March/April 1996), pp. 6-8. Available online at http://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/Island/9682/CP4.html.
Sheff, David. 1999. "He's got guanxi!" Wired, Vol. 7, No. 2 (February, 1999). Available online at http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/7.02/bofeng.html.
Solomon, Jonathan. 2000. "Business as usual: Effects of the Internet in China," New Scientist, Vol. 165, No. 2234 (April 15, 2000), pp. 34ff.
United States Embassy (Beijing), "PRC Internet: cheaper, more popular, and more Chinese," available online at http://www.usembassy-china.org.cn/english/sandt/Inetcawb.htm.
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