China appears to be tightening its control of internet services by upgrading the abominable “Great Firewall”, which prevents more Chinese web user from reading overseas content. Companies and individuals are being hit by the new technology deployed by the Chinese government to control what type of info where people are getting inside the country. A number of companies providing “virtual private network” (VPN) services to users in China say the new system is able to “learn, discover and block” the encrypted communications methods used by a number of different VPN systems …
A Chinese is reading an average of four books, 100 newspapers and 6.67 magazines last year, according to the survey, conducted by the Chinese Academy of Press and Publication. The overall reading rate for people aged 18 to 70 reached 77.6 percent, this includes books, magazines and digital publications. However, the survey shows a decline in the number of people who read both printed newspapers and magazines …
Apple announced Steve Jobs has passed away on this Wednesday. The breaking news has took a lot of concern from the whole world, especially the Chinese people from China. The local media and the Chinese are always very concerned about Steve Jobs and Apple’s product, as the communist country will soon become Apple’s largest market. On the second day of the incident, almost every Chinese newspaper from different province and cities have put up the death of Steve Jobs as the headlines news. We have gathered the front page of more then 40 different Chinese newspaper, and some significant headlines we want to share it with everyone …
I’m growing so tired of iPhone knockoffs that I hate myself every time I report it. But this time is different. Chinese police in Shanghai have successfully arrested the iPhone counterfeiters for making and selling iPhone 4. Surprisingly, the fake iPhones were made using several genuine components and were very hard to distinguish from the originals. These fake iPhones could even be recognized by iTunes.
This. Is. Pathetic. Two Foxconn workers had troubles coming to an agreement about sharing a copy of Foxconn People, the company’s internal newspaper. So, one of them was stabbed to death for not giving the paper to the other one. See the full story after the break.
Last week, Apple has announced that Steve Jobs would be replaced by Tim Cook as Apple’s new CEO. The breaking news has really took a lot of concern from the whole world, especially the Chinese people from China. The immense popularity of Apple’s products in China have made everyone believe that the communist country will soon become Apple’s largest market. Almost every Chinese newspaper from different province and cities have put up Steve Jobs’ resignation as the headlines news. We have gathered all the front pages of different Chinese newspaper from last week. As we can tell, the Chinese media and the Chinese people are very, very, and very concerned about Steve Jobs and Apple’s product. More front page pictures after the break.
We do not know what to comment on this. Shenzhen Economic Daily reported Monday (July 18) morning that a Foxconn employee died after falling from a dormitory at the company’s plant in Shenzhen. Here’s what we know so far, according to media reports.
UPDATE: Foxconn Vice President Terry Cheng attributed the death to a possible accident, citing that the employee had only worked two hours of overtime since he joined Foxconn on June 27.
Remember the best iPhone 4 knockoff of 2010? Yes, the SoPhone looks almost identical to Apple’s iPhone 4. It got super popular in Hong Kong and this 100-percent iPhone 4 look-alike even showed up in the newspaper headlines of Apple Daily, Hong Kong’s best selling newspaper. The whole city got really amazed with it. This changes everything. Again. Just hit the break and watch the video.
The newspaper is from “DFdaily“, it was spotted by a Chinese Netizen, he saw the electronic version of “DFdaily” which titled “”Tourist shit on the street, the quality of tourists need to increase.” After verified, the electronic version newspaper was tampered by a hacker, the report is purely spoof.
Probably because of the movie Avatar, people in China are really in love on 3D staff. A newspaper that was issued in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, came out in 3D edition. Readers can see 3D pictures with 3D glasses that were attached with it. Well, this is not the first 3D newspaper which can found in China. In April, a newspaper from Shiyan city, Hubei Province, has made it the first. Looks like the printing technology for newspaper in China has made some breakthrough.
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