Tracking the impact of online & digital technologies in Asia The Asia Digital Life Project
For our tenth (!) Asia Digital Life Podcast, I talk with Hasit Shah — formerly a producer at BBC News in London, now a research […]
Intro Earlier this month one of Singapore’s biggest telecoms, SingTel, finally put to bed a scandal that’s been plaguing the company for months. After the […]
University of Western Australia researcher Crystal Abidin tracked the #OccupyCentral hashtag on Instagram for 72 hours during the first week of the Hong Kong pro-democracy […]
Yes, yes, we know … the iPhone 6! The iWatch! Samsung’s snarky responses to Apple’s iPhone announcements! True enough, the news from Cupertino was on […]
Last week, Asian digital culture was dominated in large part by Hong Kong netizens’ reactions to Beijing’s announcement that it will renege on promises for […]
Last week in Asian internet culture was dominated by the continued viral spread of the ALS ice-bucket challenge to video-sharing sites in China, Japan, and […]
Since 2003 China Digital Times has been tracking Internet culture in China and aggregating content that has been censored or blocked in Chinese cyberspace. In […]
Last week in Asian internet culture, we looked at the impact in China of of flesh-eating zombie rumours, GIF memes parodying Kim Jong Un, and […]
This week The Asia Digital Life Project introduces a new feature: a weekly roundup of all our posts from the previous week called our Week […]
For the fifth Asian Digital Life podcast, Patrick Sharbaugh sits down with Jillian York, the EFF’s Director for International Freedom of Expression, for a conversation […]