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Chinese Brothers Risk Prison for Ailing Mother
New America Media, news, Xujun Eberlein, Sep 01, 2009
Filial devotion is a core value in Chinese culture, so when a woman fell ill and had no money for health care, her sons were driven to desperate measures to get help for her. Are they criminals or devoted sons, worthy of consideration? In China their story has provoked debate on the law, family obligations and the health care system.
Chinas Anti-Blogging Strategy: Tell the Truth, and Fast
New America Media, News Analysis, Xujun Eberlein, Jul 29, 2009
The call to "tell the truth and tell it fast" coming from a government mouthpiece surprised some Chinese dissidents who have long been protesting the governments strict media control.
What Kind of Country is China Today?
NAM, Blog , Xujun Eberlein, Mar 12, 2009
China: Revolution or Reform?
New America Media, News Analysis, Xujun Eberlein, Jan 07, 2009
The Chinese government's reaction to "Charter 08," a democracy manifesto, was harsh, even leading to the arrest of its drafter and threats to its supporters. Reactions to it from others have been mixed.
Chinese Taxi Strike Uncovers 'Real Journalism'
New America Media, News Analysis, Xujun Eberlein, Nov 09, 2008
The news coverage of the recent taxi strike in China brought home the fact that while some reportage was a refreshing departure from the familiar bureaucratic style of official news, the real journalism approach was certainly not as widespread.
Korean Suicide Sparks Internet Regulation Debate in China
New America Media, News analysis, Xujun Eberlein, Oct 17, 2008
Could a Korean law to regulate the Internet be used against cyber vigilantes in China? Or would that kind of restriction really throw the baby out with the bath water?
Human Flesh Search: Vigilantes of the Chinese Internet
New America Media, News feature, Xujun Eberlein, Apr 30, 2008
In China "human-powered search engines can turn netizens into cyber lynch mobs, and private lives are turned upside down by collective cyber-vigilantism.
Chinese internet
Cyber Voices on Tibet - A Search For Balance
New America Media, News analysis, Xujun Eberlein, Mar 21, 2008
While the mainstream media in China is sounding its regular propaganda on Tibet, the Chinese cyberspace is calling for more balanced reporting and providing multiple points of view and objective assessments as well as on the ground reporting.
Anna Mae He
A Parental Fight Is a Cultural Fight
New America Media, News Analysis, Xujun Eberlein, Feb 15, 2008
Anna Mae He's Chinese parents gave her temporary custody to an American couple, but when they wanted her back the battle was as much a cultural clash as a custody dispute.
chinese couple
China Has A Morality Crisis
NAM, Commentary, Xujun Eberlein, Jan 23, 2008
With divorce rates skyrocketing and dubious business practices revealed, author Xujun Eberlein reports on those who see Chinese morality as melting down.
On Maos 114th Birthday, Past Catches Up to Former Red Guard Leader
New America Media, News Report, Xujun Eberlein, Dec 21, 2007
A long forgotten photo of a young woman strapping a Red Guard arm band on the communist leader has resurfaced on the Internet and brought new infamy to Song Binbin, now a scientist living in the United States.
Beijing Olympic Boycott Over Burma Will Only Alienate Chinese People
New America Media, Commentary, Xujun Eberlein, Nov 05, 2007
After recent turmoil in Burma, human rights activists and pundits the world over called for a boycott of the 2008 Beijing Olympics. But commentator Xujun Eberlein says China is not one to interfere in other countries' affairs, and maybe America should follow their lead.
Banning China: How American-Style Capitalism Led to Toxic Products
New America Media, News Analysis, Xujun Eberlein, Sep 19, 2007
When the U.S. banned nearly one million toys made in China, the head of the responsible Chinese toy company took his own life. Commentator Xujun Eberlein looks at the fall-out of America's demand and China's supply.
beijing taxis
Beijing Taxis: Ready or Not for the Olympics?
New America Media, Commentary, Xujun Eberlein, Sep 13, 2007
Beijing's traffic laws prevent taxis from stopping along the main downtown avenue. Foreign visitors, who will likely spend time on the famous street during the Olympics, might have to learn this the hard way.
Chinese Bloggers on VT Shooting
NAM, commentary, Xujun Eberlein, Apr 27, 2007
Exploring the Chinese blogosphere after the VT massacre.
Chinese Bloggers Look Beyond U.S. Tariff
New America Media, Commentary, Xujun Eberlein, Apr 05, 2007
The United States has imposed a tariff on exported paper from China, the first such tariff in more than two decades. But Chinese bloggers say that the tariff is the least of their worries.
computer bank
Beijing Blogger Probes Anti-Satellite Missile
New America Media, Commentary, Xujun Eberlein, Jan 23, 2007
China has just confirmed that it shot down one of its own satellites, but Chinese bloggers and U.S.-based Chinese media have been discussing the incident for days.
Mao Zedong
Mao's Red Guards 40 Years Later -- Victimizers or Victims?
New America Media, News Feature, Xujun Eberlein, Dec 26, 2006
More than 40 years after Mao Zedong's Red Guards launched the Cultural Revolution to "crush an old world and construct a new one," two former Red Guards now run China while many of their contemporaries languish in prison or struggle with the stigma of their tainted past.

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