From T-Salon, Tagging A China-Japan Dialogue in Blogosphere
I have seen in recent weeks how a few Hong Kong bloggers have been exchanging views back and forth with mainland Chinese bloggers on the anti-Japan protests. It was wonderful to see how Hong Kong people get to learn a bit more about the mainlanders’ feelings while the mainlanders’ became awared of non-violent protests that are common in Hong Kong. Not that this had dramatically changed the shape of things instantly. But because the conversation were out and open on the internet, the values and understanding can be easily spread to more people in other cirles, slowly changing the status quo.
Couldn’t agree more! so…
So here’s a plan, as Rebecca Mackinnon puts it: If you are posting something on your blog about Chinese-Japanese tensions, Sino-Japanese history debates, and related issues (or if you’re uploading related photos to the web), please give it the following tag in del.icio.us, Flickr, Furl, and/or, Technorati: cn_jp_dialog.
Technorati Tag: cn_jp_dialog