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About wancheng

Wancheng is a master candidate in Strategic Public Relation in Annenberg USC. She holds a B.A. in journalism in China's Fudan University. She is interested in Chinese social, economic issues and wishes to explore the unfamiliar field of corporate public relations.

My Internship Summary

Time flies as I expect. Only three days to go before leaving Hong Kong. The city is great. I especially love the super convenient MTR. People always talk about the food here. But honestly, comparing with Mainland, it is nothing! … Continue reading

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Mainlander in Hong Kong

Our internship is coming to the end. It might be the time to talk about my shallow understanding about the relationship between Hong Kong natives and Mainlanders. I guess my American classmates would be interested to hear about it from … Continue reading

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Is He Dead?

Hong Kong Asia TV today released the news about his death. Weibo started to ban all related information. Both are telling us: it might be true. Jiang Zemin, the former President of China, is said to be dead in the … Continue reading

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Rich 20-year-old Boaster Damaged China Red Cross’ Weak Reputation

Nobody on Chinese Internet can escape this topic – Guo Meimei. It is the hottest topic this week – perfect combination of gossip and politics. Yes. China Red Cross (separate entity from International Red Cross organization) can be seen as … Continue reading

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Flooded South China

Congratulation on your internship in Hong Kong! Not Shanghai. Look at Shanghai weather forecasting, all you will see is rain, rain and rain. It really doesn’t feel good being caught in a heavy rain and spending the whole day in … Continue reading

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Incessant Riots Release Upsetting Signal

June 10, 2011 Xintang, Guangdong Big clashes lasted for three days till today after a fracas between security officers and a pregnant street vendor. Fifty thousand people were involved and most were said to be migrant workers like the vendor … Continue reading

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First Week Summary in Hong Kong

It is good to work in a company completely new to you, no matter it is its main business or the work you do. As a newcomer to human resource and training field, I find myself learning while letting others … Continue reading

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U.S. Vs. China: the Human Rights Debate

April 8th, the U.S. State Department issued its 2010 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices. It includes a 145-page long report on the human rights situation in China. Two days after the release, China State Council fought back with its … Continue reading

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Car Accident, Death and the Identity

On Oct 20, 2010, Yao Jiaxin, a 21-year-old student at the Xi’an Conservatory University of Music knocked down a cyclist Zhang Miao while driving at 11 pm. When he saw Zhang staring at his number plate, Yao is alleged to … Continue reading

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Ai Weiwei Arrested and the Gay Bar Raid

It is interesting when you connect these two events together. The internationally acclaimed Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei was detained in Beijing Airport as he was starting out to Hong Kong on April 3 according to BBC. Earlier in … Continue reading

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