Isaac Mao is one of my heroes and it is thrilling to see him speaking at this conference. Isaac wrote  a letter to Google about their censorship practices in China and has been a major force in Chinese blogging and social media (and he is brilliant). He is co-founder of CNBlog.org and a researcher in social learning.
In 2005, he started the movement for adopting Chinese bloggers on
overseas servers and has been a force for positive social change within the framework of what the Chinese government will tolerate.

Isaac’s point is that a new creative voice is emerging in China, but that repression continues–and he’s right.

Isaac Mao is one of my heroes and it is thrilling to see him speaking at this conference. Isaac wrote  a letter to Google about their censorship practices in China and has been a major force in Chinese blogging and social media (and he is brilliant). He is co-founder of CNBlog.org and a researcher in social learning.
In 2005, he started the movement for adopting Chinese bloggers on
overseas servers and has been a force for positive social change within the framework of what the Chinese government will tolerate.

Isaac’s point is that a new creative voice is emerging in China, but that repression continues–and he’s right.