China Punks 21: Time waits for no man

Or, This Took Too Long to Post

Recorded on August 9, 2012

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Mother sentenced to 1.5 years hard labor for seeking justice

Mother of Rape Victim Sentenced to Hard Labor, Chinese Blogosphere Explodes in Indignation

Mother of Rape Victim Locked Up For Complaints Against Police

Probe into protest mother’s sentence

gu kailai case

Conviction of Gu Kailai was never in doubt – official version of case still is

He Weifang on the Gu Kailai trial

Bo Xilai’s son confident ‘facts will speak for themselves’ in mother’s murder trial

Could Bo Xilai Escape Criminal Charges?

U.K. Officials Granted Access to Gu Kailai Trial

chengguan militia

hu xinjin – liberals tools of americans

New Internet meme: China has completed 62% of its great revival

China’s Dark PR: Time to Say Goodbye to Paid Censorship

http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2012/08/u-k-officials-granted-access-to-gu-kailai-trial/

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China Punks 11: Just Swallow it, Damn You!

Recorded on April 26, 2012

John and Charlie are back with yet another hard hitting, viciously branded, and cruelly humored episode of China Punks.

Topics and more reading below.

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New developments in Neil Heywood case and other Bo developments

Bo Xilai’s wife ‘was in the room when Neil Heywood was poisoned’

An Exclusive Statement from Bo Guagua to The Harvard Crimson

Bo Xilai case shines light on corruption in China

China’s Crisis

Google’s Forced Exit From China Plotted by Bo Xilai and Security Boss Zhou Yongkang

Name of World’s Largest Municipality Censored on China’s Twitter

Power Shift in China – Part III

Possibility of Zhou Yongkang being expelled

Women in China: abuse, shengnv

Infographic: Who are China’s Leftover Women, How are They Doing and Why are They Left?

Report: Women Losing Ground in China

The Startling Plight of China’s Leftover Ladies

Wives Caught in China’s “Web of Abuse”

Power of Weixin and polished cloning

Weixin 4.0 is Vintage Tencent and the Most Important Chinese Internet Product Since Weibo

This Mobile Social App Is Way Bigger than Instagram, and It’s Made in China (Apologies to Hamish McKenzie, in the podcast I said it was written by Sarah Lacy)

GFW shenanigans