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