Another China web blog, ChinaWebmasters.org, aiming at, well, Chinese webmasters.
Google Blogoscoped has a comprehensive FAQ on Chinese censorship. It makes the important point that Google self censors in other markets, for example Germany.
It has an interesting answer on the other major blogs and their answers.
The Asia Business Media blog, is worth a look and not simply because they have linked to us, and quite frankly this is a new blog deeply appreciative of any link love at the moment (yes that is a hint). It’s run by Paul Woodward in Hong Kong who runs Business Strategies Group, the only consultancy in Asia focusing on B2B media and business information.
They have an interesting post on Shawn Wang and his rather untraditional media techniques, reinforcing the point that Baidu are not a bunch of grey party apparatchiks.
Old but gold, Danwei has a two year old piece about an internal leak of Baidu’s worries on its search results, with an interesting piece of advice on how to spot Baidu’s search placements. Worth a read if you want some background to Baidu’s thought processes:
Of course Baidu has since opened the gap.