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Model Workers 2011

If you miss the old Danwei's daily news updates, we now offer daily and weekly updates on a paid basis, or you can check the fine sources listed here in Danwei's Model Worker list for 2011.

We will update this list periodically as new blogs, websites, and microblog feeds come to our attention.

Blogs and specialist websites

Asia Society website
News and features about Asia with plenty of China coverage.

The China Beat
Articles and blog posts by academics, historians and journalists.

China Digital Times
China news aggregator, translations.

China Geeks
Translations from Chinese media and Internet and commentary.

China Hearsay
China law, business, and economics commentary.

China Heritage Quarterly
Journal of history and heritage.

China Labour Bulletin
Labor issues and workers rights.

China Law Blog
Law and business commentary.

China Media Project
Translations from the Chinese media, and commentary and analysis from Chinese journalists and academics.

China Smack
Photos and translations of Internet postings about scandals and popular Internet topics (see also China Hush) and Ministry of Tofu).

News and opinions about Internet and digital media in China by Bill Bishop; see also Sinocism for current events and news.

Translations, photos, news and archived materials from the Chinese media and Internet.

PR, communications and humor.

Jottings from the Granite Studio
History and current events.

An American journalist in Taiwan and elsewhere in China.

Peking Duck
General interest China blog with occasional rants

Shanghai news, links and aggregation of China news.

Shanghai Scrap
Scrap metal, Shanghai and China.

Silicon Hutong
Tech, media and communications.

Life in China and learning Chinese.

Technode and Techrice
Tech and Internet industry news and views.

Inside-Out China
Opinion and commentary from a Chinese writer in Massachusetts.


A fortnightly weekly discussion of current affairs in China.

Journalist blogs, newspaper China sections

The Financial Times' China section
The Guardian’s China page
MSNBC’s Behind the Wall
The New York Times' China page
Evan Osnos of The New Yorker
John Garnaut of the Sydney Morning Herald.
Wall Street Journal’s China Real Time Report

China news junkies, journalists and academics on Twitter

Adam Minter
Adrienne Mong
Ananth Krishnan
Bill Bishop (see also his list of tweeting China journalists)
China Geeks (C. Custer)
David Wolf
Ed Wong
Gady Epstein
Granite Studio
Jonathan Watts
Kaiser Kuo
Kai Lukoff
Kathleen Mclaughlin
Malcolm Moore
Melissa K. Chan
Phil Pan
Ray Kwong
Relevant Organs
Tania Branigan
Tom Lasseter

Danwei Model Workers from 2005 to 2010 are archived here.

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