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Liu Xiaoyuan: I fought the law and the law won

Liu Xiaoyuan (刘晓原) is a well-known blogger and lawyer who sued Sohu for deleting his blog posts, and recently acted as defense attorney for Yang Jia, the cult hero cop killer.

The Deutsche Welle’s International Weblog Awards (BOBs, or "Best of the Blogs") recently honored Liu Xiaoyuan's blog as the best Chinese blog for 2008.

This video is the fifth in a Danwei series of short interviews conducted at this year's Chinese blogger conference (CNBloggercon 2008, Guangzhou, November 15 & 16th).

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

Film by: Adam J. Schokora
Music: B6
Liu Xiaoyuan's blog (Chinese)

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