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Uploaded on Mar 16, 2008
Screenshot Tutorial: http://tinyurl.com/2v7h5h, Dave says "I've argued, citing the words of the Dalai Lama himself, that if you
1) Believe in democratic principles and free speech 2) You believe the Internet is a tool for unfettered global communication 3) There's something in China (or any other country) that bothers you
Then you ought to put some energy into communicating directly with Chinese netizens about the problem. For years now I've seen alot of Chinese netizens discussions be completely ignored or simply missed by English-speaking netizens, who too often think that Chinese netizens are all completely brainwashed. Well, guess what? Some of them think you are too. Instead of dismissing each other as fools, how about we try to talk? So I say, Tweet Back! Tweet in English, alot of Chinese people know some. If you know Chinese... what are you waiting for? I've been translating alot of Chinese tweets on Tibet this weekend, and alot of them break the stereotype of the frothing nationalist Chinese blogger. These are Chinese people who adopt alot of Web 2.0 applications alot of the time, they aren't just blowhards in chat rooms. Some are journalists, professionals and students."