Re: full translation of ma bin et al letter; wang hui report
"Dale Wen" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mon, 6 Aug 2007 18:23:25 -0500
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chinaelections is not blocked. I checked and searched their Chinese
site, and could not find Ma Bin letter. I am wondering if that is the
Also, most articles on the Chinese site are quite mainstream/right
wing, like this one
So I am really wondering: are they really pushing the Ma Bin letter? why?
On 8/6/07, Rwchina@aol.com <Rwchina@aol.com> wrote:
> Thanks, Matt,
> For this link and your persistence in getting these materials to us. So is
> chinaelections, which is a Carter Center spinoff, and which lists a Beijing
> address, being blocked? They are certainly pushing the Ma Bin letter. If
> they are not being blocked, why? And could we link to them for the letter,
> saying that it can be found there, but without posting the text ourselves,
> as Frank suggested? Would that make any difference?
> Get a sneak peek of the all-new AOL.com.
Dale Wen, Ph.D.
Consultant on China issues
I recently published a report about China and globalization
A shorter English version
A longer Chinese version