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FrenchPod Introduces The Personalized Learning System

ChinesePod is growing, after the SpanishPod, now we have FrenchPod which went live last week. But, if you think this is just a business expanding, you are wrong. As Ken described in his blog, the new FrenchPod represents a new version of the Praxis Language platform which named Personalized Learning System (PLS). Coincidence or not, […]

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A Lesson From BBC.com Chinese Media Sites Should Learn

Ashley Highfield, the BBC director of new media and technology, said all future BBC digital output and services will focus on three concepts – “share”, “find” and “play”. New BBC.com was officially launched at 27 February, 2008. Guardian commented: “…(BBC) plans to rebuild its website around user-generated content, including blogs and home videos, with the […]

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Facebook Japan To Be Launched, How Can It Succeed

Facebook, as they did with the German and the Spanish language, asked the Japanese Facebook users to translate its site into Japanese and gathered 1,375 volunteers (as of May 19) to contribute working on the translation. Today, after more than 30,000 translations have been submitted, Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, came to Japan and announced […]

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China Web In Black & White

Three days of national mourning for the tens of thousands of victims of last Monday’s earthquake started today. All the major Chinese portal sites (Sina, Sohu, Yahoo China, Tom, 163 etc) are in black and white, China web is deeply in memory of the dead, thinking of the missing and blessing China.

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Tuyuan, A Photo-Centric Social Network

Tuyuan, a Beijing-based startup allows users to do the online social networking by using Facial Recognition technology. Surprisingly, Tuyuan was first discovered by TechCrunch, but as usual, Mike seems not very serious about the Chinese market, still. In Tuyuan, once you upload the photos, the faces on these photos can be automatically recognized, i.e. your […]

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UCWeb, The Next Maxthon On Mobile?

There is no doubt that Maxthon is still the No.1 Chinese browser in the market, but we can see that the competition is getting more intense. Tencent has its so called TT browser bundled with QQ for a long time, Firefox is more and more accepted by high educated Internet users; If you search for […]

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Jimdo Launched New Blog Feature

Jimdo, a Germany-based online website editor has just launched its private beta version of Blog feature. Like Jimdo’s existing service, the blog feature is very cool. Ajax-based, highly customizable editor, easy-to-use multimedia content publishing system, for me Jimdo just proves one thing, Blog Service can be technique driven too. In China, it seems that we […]

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