Kevin from Bokee makes Crain's
Great picture of Kevin from Bokee in Houhai - the reporters on this article actually went to Beijing and interviewed him. They were trying really hard to find an angle about how Google has had a hard time in China and "wouldn't it also be hard for FeedBurner?" I absolutely hate it when journalists have an agenda and just try to twist your words to fit their story. You know these guys were told "write a story on how evil the Chinese government is concerning the internet." Look at his questions for Kevin..."How do you censor?" My word. It ended up alright in the end, though, and the journalist was nice enough otherwise.
Great job, Kevin - keeping this article on task and providing the interesting tidbits about blogging in China and not about the sub-title "The Internet might seem like the ultimate free-speech medium. Not in China." In my trip to China, I definitely saw a society that wanted to break from the old-guard - and was certainly making great strides to do so, even if change would take a long time.
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