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In Shenzhen, an unlicensed motorcycle taxi driver charged a checkpoint and was hit by an inspector in the head with a walkie-talkie. (October 22, 2008) Chinese Official "Trips Over A Tree Stump" In Tainan And Causes Major Incident A collection of various news reports and commentaries about the Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Strait vice-chairman Zhang Mingqing (possibly) being assaulted by a violent mob in Tainan.(October 15, 2008) The Police Beat A Harbin University Student To Death An Internet controversy about the interpretation of a surveillance video tape of a brawl between plainclothes police officers and university students.(October 13, 2008) The Rumor Monger Jia Xiaoyin A Chinese netizen finds himself in deep trouble over a post that charged that Yang Jia killed six policemen in revenge for a police beating that rendered him impotent.The death of the motorcyclist sparked a mass incident down at the traffic police station.(November 6, 2008) Extreme Nationalists Versus Nihilists In China A discourse on the extremist rightists and the extremist leftists whose voices dominate in the Chinese Internet while the majority stays quiet.(October 23, 2008) The Case of Zhang Mingqing The Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Strait vice-chairman Zhang Mingqing "tripped over a tree stump on his own" in Tainan and caused a major incident. The motive for making the post was to become famous on the Internet.

A gang boss on trial in Chongqing denounces his Beijing lawyer for fabricating evidence and obstructing justice. Or a case of retaliation against human rights lawyers?

A 'forced demolition/relocatoin' resulted in three persons setting themselves on fire.

But the full story is much more complex, involving government cover-up, media malfeasance, microblogging showing its power and a concerted local government pushback.

A series of nine photographs showed a run-down elementary school in rural Guangdong contrasted with the modernistic and spacious local government offices and led netizens to wonder how it could happen in the Chinese province with highest GDP.

University professor Yang Shiqun was denounced by students for allegedly speaking about an illegal organization and an overseas website in class.