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The 2008 Summer Olympics will punctuate three decades of development and test China's global legitimacy. They've already transformed the way millions of people think and live. Seattleite and Fulbright researcher Daniel Beekman brings you Beijing.

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July 3, 2008 1:49 AM

Technical problems

Posted by Daniel Beekman

Technical problems have derailed the 'Blogging Beijing' train. Expect to see new posts here next week. For now, catch up on previous posts. Feel free to comment - start an online discussion. Suggestions are welcome. Corrections too.

Upcoming posts will cover Beijing's queue-up revolution, a Green Long March and the city's eldest Olympic fan. Meanwhile...


With China and Dalai Lama Talking, Sarkozy Says He May Attend Games'

'Fireworks, acrobats to highlight Olympics opening'

'IOC: Beijing fight to stop doping cheats will be best-ever'

'Athletes Announce Open Letter on Darfur and Olympic Truce'

'Volleyball: Short Pants and Long Faces for U.S. Men'

'McDonald's Reveals Olympics Ads, Menu; Gay Says He'll Aim for Record'

'Rights advocates risk backfire in Olympic activism'

'Mutant seaweed may sink sailing hopes at Beijing Olympics'

'McDonald's Beijing Olympic events to include reality game, kids' program'

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