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Han Han Fights Anti-Fraud “Cop”

Posted February 4th, 2012 at 1:50 am (UTC+0)

Netizens have been agog at the online flame wars between Han Han (韩寒) and Fang Zhouzi (方舟子), real name Fang Shimin (方是民), since the Spring Festival. Fang Zhouzi, known as a popular myth buster, once identified a former CEO, Tang Jun (唐俊), as holding a diploma from a fake university. He has also sometimes turned […]

O-pen Magazine Closed

Posted November 7th, 2011 at 6:11 am (UTC+0)
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O-pen magazine (大方) was set up in March 2011 by Annie Baby (安妮宝贝), a popular novelist who got her start on the Internet.  On November 1, however, she announced on her Sina microblog that they had received a notice to stop publishing. The first issue of O-pen is the beginning, the second is the end. […]



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