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Google China Co-President to resign at year end

Google Inc. announced Co-President Johnny Chou ( Zhou Shaoning) will resign at the end of the year in order to pursue personal interests. Mr. Chou, Google’s Greater China co-president in charge of sales and business development, first joined the company … Read More

Baidu entering Japanese market

Wall Street Journal is reporting that Baidu plans to enter the Japanese market by 2007. “We carefully studied the Japanese market,” said Mr. Li, who is also Baidu’s chairman. “It’s primarily dominated by two players we are very familiar with. … Read More

Wikipedia sorts out the China blocking moves

I earlier posted that China blocked and unblocked Wikipedia and that it was now available in most of China. That information was wrong and none other than the founder of Wikipedia, Jimbo Wales, set me straight. I won’t try to … Read More

China web porn king gets life sentence

Chen Hui, founder of China’s leading pornographic website, “Pornographic Summer” was sentenced to life and fined 100,000 yuan (about $12,500). Mr. Chen is only 28 years old. Eight other people involved with the site were sentenced to between 13 months … Read More

Wikipedia blocked then unblocked again in China

Wikipedia, a Web-based free content encyclopedia, has recently been blocked again in China according to the Information World Review. Despite the fact that Wikipedia is now accessible throughout most of China, there are reports that is still completely blocked in … Read More

Baidu signs deal with eBay EachNet in China

Baidu Inc. (Nasdaq: BIDU), the leading Chinese-language search engine and eBay EachNet, the Chinese arm of the online auction company Ebay, announced a multi-year agreement to cooperate in advertising, on-line payment and a co-branded toolbar. According to the agreement, Baidu … Read More

.asia domain name to be launched

Foxnews reports that an organisation known as “DotAsia Organization Ltd” has had its application to run domain names in asian languages under the top level domain ‘.asia’ approved by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers. The domains will … Read More

How will Google's YouTube do in China?

Google’s recent purchase of YouTube has caused quite a stir in the industry as Google moves from a search and adverstising company to a media company and that means Google’s YouTube won’t fly in China according to David Wolf at … Read More