Just went through some blog list housecleaning, deleting a number of blogs that have not posted for many months.  Our blogroll is now down to 33 recommended blogs, which is fine with me.

But it got me to thinking that it has been quite some time since I put to you, our loyal readers, what blogs we do not have on our blog list that should be on our blog list.  So please let us have it.  Are there any China blogs not on our blog list that you believe should be on our blog list?  Conversely, are there any blogs on our blog list that you believe do not belong.

    • I’m adding it because it is so relevant, but I have to say that I worry that it is too narrow/legalistic. Anyone?

      • I am a native Chinese lawyer and the founder of the site. Every foreign friends told me that China IPR protection is bad. But I think it is not so bad as people imagine. So I establish it to introduce the latest progress, legal system and the case law of China IPR. Anyway, I want it can help foreigners to do business in China. Thank you for your link.

  • Alex Woods

    Dance to the Revolution. http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/ellachou/

    First rate writing on green energy and some personal musings.

    • Added it. It’s an excellent blog. I just didn’t realize it was still out there. Thanks for reminding me.

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    Letter From China (Evan Osnos New Yorker Blog)
    Analects (Economist China Blog)
    China File (From the Asia Society)

    Sinica Podcast (If a podcast counts as a blog)

  • Nate

    I would add Beijing Cream and also perhaps Peking Review, which is written by the same author as Silicon Hutong but focusing more on reviews of scholarly works.

  • Fred


  • C Mac

    At least once a day I view http://china.alltop.com/
    a collection of many different blogs regarding China, some you already have.

    http://www.jamestown.org/programs/chinabrief/ is great,
    how about HH? not!

  • Carlo Geremia
    • DaMn

      Why not add this one Dan?

      • Because it had only five posts in the last half of 2012 and has yet to post even once in 2013.

  • Ravenswood

    I preferred it when you had everyone on there. The awesome “Shanghai Shopgirl” was a great addition for example, and you took her off. But your list is subjective and is your library subject to your tastes only. There’s some very good sites you don’t mention at all so I guess competition isn’t allowed ‘eh?

  • Xujun

    Dan, have you seen this one? The Sinocism China Newsletter http://sinocism.com/. Probably more a news aggregation site than blog, but I read it often.

  • EJT1027

    You may want to check out uschinareport.com. Mostly a news aggregate with a ton of content. It may be helpful for gathering legal news.

  • Kay Rubacek