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Virtual Chinese Literature: A Comparative Case Study of Online Poetry Communities
The China Quarterly
This article looks at the practices of communities that employ internet technologies in order to produce, distribute, consume and value Chinese poetry. The article is in three parts. The first part provides a brief general overview of the current state of research about the Chinese internet. I take issue with the dominant tendency of English-language research to focus almost exclusively on questions of censorship.doi:10.1017/s030574100500041x fatcat:dptxwugicvbnxjrpq2tagmn2qq