Monthly Archives: September 2010

Who collided with whom in the Diaoyu islands?

The Japan Probe blog, using material drawn from the ever-reliable ChinaSmack, has contrasted Japanese and Chinese news illustrations of the recent collision of a Chinese fishing boat and Japanese coast-guard vessel in the Diaoyu islands. As you can see from … Continue reading

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We all live in (fear of) a yellow submarine

Imagethief’s undergraduate degree is marine biology. This is, as most people know, the usual pathway to a career in PR. It works something like this: Become interested in fish Pass organic chemistry Get a marine biology degree Find out how … Continue reading

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Radio silence

Apologies for the longish bout of radio silence. It has been a busy month, with a lot of work and a week-long jump to the US. Hopefully I’ll be more visible in the next few weeks. Will

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Alibaba’s Alizila is PR. Be proud!

I just read a post from Forbes’ Hana Alberts on Alizila, a homegrown company news site for the Alibaba Group. Alibaba has hired an experienced journalist, Time Magazine veteran Jim Erickson, to develop the articles for the site: Erickson isn’t “selling out” … Continue reading

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