Blogger Conference interviews: Ping Ke

Ping Ke, a journalist and the voice behind the renowned podcast series (see 2007 Danwei TV episode), talks about the influence Internet memes have on the general public, diversity of online expression, democratic debate, rational voices, vomit, and hope for change in the future.

This is the first in a series of Danwei interviews conducted at this year's Chinese blogger conference (cnbloggercon, Guangzhou, November 15 & 16th).

This video is also available on Tudou for faster loading in China.

Filming, editing, and interviewing: Adam J. Schokora
Subtitles: Eric Mu
Music: B6

Below is an old Danwei TV interview with Ping Ke and Flypig of Antiwave.

There are currently 3 Comments for Blogger Conference interviews: Ping Ke.

Comments on Blogger Conference interviews: Ping Ke

Love 反波! Good to see the face behind it.

two steps back and one step forward = one step back. :)

Nice job on this interview Adam, good stuff.

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