ChinaHush redesigned, comment moderation

| July 10th, 2012

Hello everyone, it has been already over 3 years since ChinaHush was first launched. First, many thanks to whoever supported this website. I have finally just finished another round of the redesign. For those of you who followed me since the beginning, this is the 3.0 version. As web technology advances, I am also learning a lot along the way of evolving ChinaHush.

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ChinaHush version 2.0

| April 2nd, 2011

After CH has been running for 2 years, I finally rolled out the first update today. I have been quite excited about it for long time but have just been sitting on it. It is quite embarrassing for taking this long, but better late than never. The goal of this update is to clean up the user interface for a better performance and user experiences.  I really enjoyed this experience and also learned a lot in the process. I anticipate […]Read more…

Designed in China, self-powered turnstile: Green Pass

| September 7th, 2010

(ixiqi) Have you ever noticed the widely used turnstiles at the subway stations, the Olympic Games, the World Expo etc. venues wherever that has a huge crowd? When everyone passes through them, you need to rotate the stile in one direction once – in most cases, this rotation is overlooked and neglected by most people, but the “most people” do not include the students of the VIVA design team at the Guangdong University of Technology, in their eyes, this […]Read more…

Infinite USB plug created by Chinese design student

| March 22nd, 2010

So honestly I’ve gotten a little bored of all the scandals, internet celebrities, political issues, censorship stories, protests, riots, etc. that China blogs usually cover so I’ve recently tried to post things that are a bit more fun and quirky – for example, the Chinese version of a Danish bacon commercial, the magic tricks by Liu Qian, the strangely totalitarian dating rules, etc. Of course, this does not affect Key, Annie, or Nancy – they will continue to do whatever […]Read more…