Without checks and balances cyber-powered direct democracy can undermine instead of bolster good governance.
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SHANGHAI (Reuters) - The number of Internet users in China have crossed the half billion mark, reaching 505 million users at the end of November last ...
Tenzin Norgay has been following reports of human rights violations coming out of Tibet for over six years now. The hardest part, he says, is the unrealistic hopes of those helping: "Everybody expects things to change overnight."
Thanks largely to the Olympics, 2008 will go down in history as a turning point year for China -- or, rather, one when the country passed several milestones, including for the Chinese Internet.
For energy, motivation and raw talent, American entrepreneurs cannot compare to their Chinese counterparts. No wonder investors from the U.S. are looking for the next Steve Jobs in the Middle Kingdom.
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