Free 6 month FBVPN accounts giveaway

| June 21st, 2011

It’s time for a giveaway again!  If you are in China right now and need access to Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and now even ChinaHush itself… then don’t miss out this opportunity to win a 6 month VPN subscription.  That’s right, our partner FBVPN is offering 30 accounts of 6 month subscriptions!  That’s half year of free VPN. If you already have access since you are able to access ChinaHush, then do it for a friend, tell them about it or […]Read more…

Male citizens in Shenzhen will enjoy 30 days paternity leave

| May 30th, 2011

From Daily Sunshine

forward many creative ideas. For example, the draft suggests female workers whose professional titles are above associate professors have flexible retirement. That is, if they are willing to work and they are healthy, they can ask for extending their retirement age to as old as men.

The draft also issued “habeas corpus” to prevent domestic violence. According to the regulations, court should protect the victim under the Civil Procedure as long as it receives the request of personal security […]Read more…

China’s last hooliganism convict, should convict continue serving his sentence for a repealed law?

| February 22nd, 2011

From Sina News:

Liu Mang Zui (流氓罪, Hooliganism) was once a criminal offense in China. In 1983, a “Strike-hard” campaign, known in Chinese as “Yan da”, as a crackdown to curb rising crimes had even made serious hooliganism a capital crime.

During this campaign, Niu Yuqiang, an 18-year-old, was sentenced to death with a two-year reprieve because he robbed someone of a hat, broke windows and fought. Later his sentence was reduced to 18 years jail terms on his good behavior, […]Read more…

Law student almost got arrested for attempt to capture cadre’s privilege moment

| January 30th, 2011

With weibo (China twitter) roaring high in China, Chinese netizens are now more inclined to share their everyday incidents online with photos. Thus they are ready to take snapshots whenever they see something worth sharing or discussion. However, a law student from Beijing University almost got arrested when trying to take a photo of assumingly cadre’s privilege moment at the train station. The post was first saw on Beijing University BBS, and became topic of the day followed by massive […]Read more…

Free 30 Day Sailfish VPN accounts giveaway!

| December 15th, 2010

Happy Holidays! Here is a gift for you from ChinaHush, provided by our sponsor Sailfish VPN.  We are giving away 3o one month Sailfish VPN subscription  accounts!  VPN software comes in handy if you are in China and need to access Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, etc… or if you just want to surf the internet anonymously.

Here is how you can win, all you have to do is write a comment for this post below and your comment should follow the theme […]Read more…

Jailed for a “tweet” on Twitter

| November 30th, 2010

 

(Century Weekly) Cheng Jianping (程建萍) was detained for 5 days, and followed by a year of manual labor reeducation because of a tweet she posted on Twitter.

Cheng Jianping (Internet name: Wang Yi王译), 46 year old, freelancer, who came from Xinxiang City, Henan Province. Since June of this year, Cheng and her fiancé Hua Chunhui (华春辉) lived in Wuxi, Jiangsu Province.

October 17, 2010, anti-Japanese demonstration broke out in Mianyang City, Sichuan Province. Cheng and her fiancé saw this news on the […]Read more…

Free 30 day SwitchVPN accounts giveaway!

| October 28th, 2010

Here we go again, more free VPN accounts for ChinaHush readers!  If you are in China right now and need VPN software to access Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, etc. … and if you want to surf the internet anonymously and more securely, then don’t miss this giveaway!  Our sponsor SwitchVPN  is giving away 20 accounts of 1 month UK VPN subscriptions!

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4 men sentenced to jail time for homosexual criminal licentiousness

| October 15th, 2010

(From IFeng) Knocking open the hotel room door, several young men looked nervous and not fully dressed – a random police search unexpectedly gained the clues for a criminal licentiousness case which led to the arrests of 4 men. Recently, the court has sentenced the first homosexual group licentiousness case in Nanjing, three men were sentenced to imprisonment with a suspended sentence; one man was sentenced to detention with a suspended sentence. Among the four accused, two have college […]Read more…

China Foreign Ministry says Nobel Committee to award Liu Xiaobo Nobel Peace Prize is an insult to this award

| October 9th, 2010

Imprisoned Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo on Friday October 8, 2010, won the Nobel Peace Prize. Obviously China is not happy about this, no news about the Nobel Peace Prize is reported on Chinese media; the name “Liu Xiaobo” along with “Nobel Peace Prize” became sensitive keywords which will give you empty search result on Baidu. The following article is probably the only thing you will find on China’s news sites.

(From Xinhua News) Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Ma Chaoxu said on […]Read more…

Free 30 day FBVPN accounts giveaway!

| September 27th, 2010

  

Do you need a Faster and Better VPN service? There are more free VPN accounts for ChinaHush readers! If you are in China right now and need VPN software to access Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, etc… or for some reason you just want to surf the internet anonymously then don’t miss this giveaway! Our partner/advertiser FFBVPN is offering 30 accounts of 1 month free subscriptions!

In order to get a free 30 day account, all you have to do is […]Read more…

Hairstyles that are banned by our school

| September 2nd, 2010

Legend of Hairstyles banned by our school 

(MOP) School has just started! which reminded me of these tragic photos in our school bulletin board.  Reposted from my classmate’s space to share with you all, let’s together danteng the person who posted these, who in his last life was an angel with broken wings, every student must love him.

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Freedur VPN subscription giveaway!

| August 15th, 2010

It’s that time of the year again, our partner/advertiser Freedur is offering a big promotion and we are giving away free subscriptions again! Hope those of you who won last time have enjoyed the giveaway.

If you are in China right now and need VPN software to access Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, etc… or for some reason you just want to surf the internet anonymously or want to bypass SOME KIND OF FIREWALL, we are giving away 10 one year subscriptions of […]Read more…

Beijing workers to resume radio physical exercises

| August 5th, 2010

(QQ) Having 59 years of history, the Radio Exercises (广播体操: set of gymnastic exercises for groups conducted through radio music) was stopped in Beijing for the past 3 years, but it will be resumed on august 9, 2010. According to city Federation of Trade Unions spokesperson, 40,000 employees of government organizations, departments and enterprises will be doing the group exercises together along with the music from the “big speakers”.

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Prostitutes paraded through streets causes debate, responsible police suspended

| July 29th, 2010

Recently, Dongguan Police launched a “Creating safety, Welcoming the Asian Games” sweeping the yellow movement. (扫黄: [saohuang] sweeping the yellow: cracking down on pornography and prostitution industry) from which, a set of pictures of prostitutes being paraded through the streets stirred up some heated discussions on the Internet. In these photos, two fashionable suspected prostitutes, not only were barefoot, but also were handcuffed and leashed with a long rope, looking like they were identifying the scene.

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