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Pipper Lee

Contributor profile · 11 posts · joined 10 March 2007

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Ming-Hsien Lee was born, raised, and educated in Taiwan.

In 2004, he began blogging in order to note down his feeling in his life.

His interests soon reached out to media observsations, as well as the events in Taiwan blogosphere.

In 2006 he joined GV Chinese Project, working on the translation of the articles on GVO.

He is currently acting as the coordinator in GV Chinese Project.

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Latest posts by Pipper Lee

26 July 2008

Taiwan: Bloggers Discuss Marketing Post

Taiwan blogosphere recently resumed the hot discussion about bloggers' advertising / marketing post -- but the topic goes hotter this time.

31 March 2008

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Taiwan: Voices after Presidential Election

March 22 is Taiwan's presidential election held once every four years. The victory is belonging to KMT's Ma Ying-jeou, who got 60 percent of votes and 2 million votes than...

21 June 2007

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Taiwan: 《Voyage 15840》– the photo book powered by migrant worker

Voyage, means a period of trip to anywhere. 15840, it is the minimum wage for workers in Taiwan. However, for migrant workers in Taiwan, it means the “maximum”. By naming...

18 April 2007

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Taiwan: Fabricated News

On March 28th, TVBS, the TV station which has been long mocked as “TV Bull Shit”, broadcast some footage that caught the public's eyeballs. The footage, which showed gangster Chou...

15 April 2007

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Taiwan: Bloggers’ Further Action on Saving Losheng Sanatorium

As mentioned in the previous post, discussions and actions on saving Lo-Sheng Sanatorium have widely spread in Taiwan blogosphere. Now the whole event has also attracted attention from mainstream media,...

Taiwan: bloggers joined a demonstration for saving Lo-sheng

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