New Press Report on my Blog

Some kind readers and friends sent me email or commented to let me my blog was mentioned on some media these days. I am certainly happy to know that. I don’t want to show off about the media exposure especially where I was just mentioned. I admit whenever someone posted me “Hey, visit this news site, your site is there!” I feel a little bit anxious. I don’t want anything to sensive repeated to bigger audience. :D

December 19, 2004 / New York Times

Your blog or mine by JEFFREY ROSEN

…”Mu Zimei has released the name of the men who has ever slept with,” wrote a Shanghai blogger named Wangjianshuo. “This is bad. I believe a blog can reveal whatever you want to show about yourself, but not others.” In response to criticism from the blogosphere, Mu Zimei deleted the explicit discussions of her sexual encounters when Sina.com began to serialize her work in November….

Thanks for Richard for notifying me and blogging about it.

January 4, 2005 / blogchina.com

Blog in China: Review of 2004 and forecast for 2005 by Kang Guo Ping

Top 20 Most Impressive Blogs in 2004

8. Wangjianshuo’s blog http://home.wangjianshuo.com The best English blog in China. The author’s open mind is good. Because his serious recording, it gained wide recognition among bloggers.

January 6, 2005 / KQED Pacific Time

A Chinese Blogger in America (Part 1) hosted by Nguyen Qui Duc

It was broadcasted on KQED Public Radio at 6:30 PM on January 4, 2004. It will be aired on many public radio stations in California, Hawaii, Illinos, Iowa, New York, Washington and Hong Kong.

Thanks Nina and Amy to make it happen.

9 Comments

  1. Ah, I wish I read this earlier so that I would have listened to the program about you and your blog on KQED yesterday. Anyway, congratulations! You did a great job!

  2. Hey, I hope you still remember me. I was the one to gave you the blogging bug. I used to be on russianlegs.com, now I just write for allaboutlatvia.com…

    Geo aka Aleks

  3. Jing: You are in Bay Area? Let me know which program at KQED mentions that. Maybe too late to hear a rerun.

    Jianshuo: I think you should seriously consider the bandwidth upgrade thing. More media exposure will lead to exponentially more traffic. Anyways, congrats!

  4. oops it’s Pacific Time at KQED. Thanks

  5. bellevue, and everyone, you can listen to the radio piece on demand by clicking on the link “A Chinese Blogger In America” above. We plan Parts 2 and 3 on the Jan 13 and 20 programs!

  6. Nina: I did and really enjoyed it. Thanx Jianshuo and QuiDuc! Can’t wait for the part 2 & 3.

  7. I think your blog is cool, while at the same time, i wonder why FanFan leave her blog un-updated for so long time?

  8. Your blog is also reviewed briefly in the January issue of That’s Shanghai (page 25).

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