I found this via an attribution on Fons’ China Herald, and it looks like it will be worth visiting every now and then, especially if more people start contributing (that’s always the issue with these web 2.0 things, isn’t it?): Chinamemes describes itself as “a web 2.0 social news site with a focus on Chinese Internet and Technology companies.” It looks like it was started recently, sometime around Dec. 20 or so, and has 20 “top users” currently contributing news stories and voting on those they consider most interesting, all good stuff…and they tagged a couple of Virtual China posts : )
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Speaking about contributions and Web 2.0: The Southern China Jimei University students have initiated and launched an interesting Web 2.0 venture. They publish weekly short stories about a private eye operating in China. The readers can influence the story by voting. Everything is also published in English, with background info and all.
The aim is to give a (so far unheard) voice to the Chinese youth that feels an urge to be heard.
Anyway, the start looks promising to me. And the tech works, too.
Have a look: http://www.kremtrekker.com