Fang Xingdong

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Fang Xingdong (方兴东)
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Fang Xingdong (方兴东)
Free speech crusader and
Chinese web entrepreneur
Born 1969
Yiwu City, Zhejiang Province, China
Nationality Chinese
Known for Founder of Blogchina (now Bokee) and Chinalabs, proponent ("Godfather") of blogging in China, coined "Boke" (Bo Ke) as word for blog
Website Chinalabs.com

Fang Xingdong (方兴东) is a Chinese web entrepreneur and free-speech activist— founder of blogchina.com (now bokee.com) and chinalabs.com (a web research consultancy).[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ York, Geoffrey (2007-01-10). "Beijing's censors unleash a monster: A farmer's son is using the blog to change Chinese web culture". The Globe and Mail. Retrieved 2009-03-19. 

Sources[edit]

Fannin, Febecca A. (2007). Silicon Dragon: How China is Winning the Tech Race. McGraw-Hill. p. 101. ISBN 9780071494472. 

MacKinnon, Rebecca (2007-08-09). "Flatter world and thicker walls? Blogs, censorship and civic discourse in China" (PDF). Springer Science+Business Media (BV): 35. Retrieved 2009-03-19. 

Ni, Jin (2007-05-23). "BBC: China abandons blog identity plan". BBC News. Retrieved 2009-03-19. 

Pan, Phillip P. (2006-02-21). "Bloggers Who Pursue Change Confront Fear And Mistrust". Washington Post. pp. A01. Retrieved 2009-03-19. 

Zhao, Shijun; Peng Nie; Weifeng Xu (2006). 时尚中国—网动中国英 (Networks in China - English translation). McGraw-Hill. pp. 37–39. ISBN 9787508509310.