have your say on politics

Zhou Dan (, born in January 1974, is a lawyer, scholar and activist in China. He lives in Shanghai, China. Zhou is a leading voice for rights of gay and lesbian people in mainland China. Writing with his real name about being gay on Chinese websites for years, he came out to a local newspaper about his gay identity in November 2003. Since then, his name has been from time to time mentioned in Chinese newspapers, magazines and television programs.
Zhou also fights for rights of people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS in China, by advocating a human-rights-based approach to the epidemic. In April 2003 he founded the Shanghai Hotline For Sexual Minorities.
From January to May 2004, Zhou was a visiting scholar at the Yale Law School China Law Center with research emphasis on equality and anti-discrimination related to sexuality and HIV/AIDS. He once gave several lectures on a graduate class in homosexuality health and an undergraduate class in homosexuality at Fudan University in Shanghai.
Zhou was profiled in the May 2005 issue of Têtu, a ... » Read more on Wikipedia.org

Hide Description
Do you support it?
YesNo
No votes yet
Truth about South China Sea dispute: expert
2014-06-14
On Sept 14, 1958, Pham Van Dong solemnly stated in his note to Zhou Enlai that Vietnam recognizes and supports the Declaration of the Government of the PRC on the country's territorial sea. On Sept 22, 1958, the diplomatic note was publicly published ...
(Shanghai Daily (subscription))

    Do you support it?
    YesNo
    No votes yet
    Why China went to war against golf
    2014-06-13
    Names like Zhou Xunshu, the peasant turned security guard turned pro golfer whose inspiring story plays a central role in my forthcoming book. Zhou and his colourful peers belonged to China's decidedly blue-collar first generation of pro golfers. They ...
    (Telegraph.co.uk)
    1. Book: The Forbidden Game: Golf and the Chinese Dream
    2. What The Rise Of Golf Says About Economic Change In China

    Do you support it?
    YesNo
    No votes yet
    Tiananmen's hungry ghosts: 25 years on, the massacre still haunts modern China
    2014-06-04
    In 1976 people gathered in the square to pay tribute to the recently deceased premier, Zhou Enlai, and to support Deng Xiaoping, then embattled against the Gang of Four, led by Mao's wife Jiang Qing. ... The new book is an oral history, built around ...
    (New Statesman)

      Do you support it?
      YesNo
      No votes yet
      A Tiananmen-Era Student Builds a Fortune With the Party
      2014-06-03
      At the top of the list was a 20-year-old student at Peking University named Wang Dan, who set up an unofficial student union to mobilize his classmates to demand democracy. There was no public mention then ... During the last two years, scores of ...
      (New York Times)

        Do you support it?
        YesNo
        No votes yet
        WTI Crude Above $104 With Jobless Claims Below Forecast
        2014-04-17
        By Moming Zhou 2014-04-17T19:50:43Z. - Comments ... “We see a lot of upside potential in the oil market,” said Dan Heckman, a senior fixed-income strategist in Kansas City, Missouri, at U.S. Bank Wealth Management, which oversees $115 billion in assets.
        (Bloomberg)
        1. WTI Crude at Six-Week High on US Jobless Claims; Brent Falls

        Do you support it?
        YesNo
        No votes yet
        Sequoia Partner And WhatsApp Backer Jim Goetz Tops Forbes Midas List
        2014-03-26
        Aside from Goetz and Leone, Michael Moritz, Alfred Lin, Roelof Botha, Neil Shen, Michael Goguen, Bryan Schreier and Kui Zhou all made the list. ... Newcomers included Insight Venture Partners Deven Parekh, Accel's Kevin Comolli and Ryan Sweeney ...
        (TechCrunch)
        1. The 2014 Midas List: Fewer New Names And More Explosive Exits

        Do you support it?
        YesNo
        No votes yet
        Hockey: Oshie has enough moves
        2014-02-16
        International rules allow the same player to take multiple shots after the first three rounds of a shootout, and U.S. coach Dan Bylsma leaned on Oshie's array of slick shots and change-of-pace approaches to the net. Oshie scored on the Americans' first ...
        (South Bend Tribune)
        1. U.S. tops Russia in shootout victory
        2. Oshie shoots US past Russia in men's hockey thriller
        3. Oshie lifts US in hockey

        Do you support it?
        YesNo
        No votes yet
        The Games in pictures, Saturday, Feb. 15
        2014-02-15
        Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports. Feb 15, 2014; Sochi, RUSSIA; Zhou Yang (CHN, 113) leads Jessica Smith (USA, 156) in the ladies' 1500m heats during the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games at Iceberg Skating Palace. Robert Deutsch-USA .... Feb 15, 2014 ...
        ((multiple names))
        1. Seven sets of medals at stake at Sochi Olympics on Saturday

        Do you support it?
        YesNo
        No votes yet
        Popular Chinese microfilm turned into a movie
        2014-01-09
        "What is popular online is a good indication of what will be popular with young people," said Shao Dan, Youku Tudou's director of international communications. "So Young ... Whatever is popular right now will be totally forgotten in say half a year ...
        (News Sentinel)
        1. Chinese microfilm's popularity turns it into feature length movie, showing ...
        2. Popular Chinese microfilm turned into a movie
        3. Home»News»Entertainment»Chinese microfilm's popularity turns it into feature ...

        Page 1 » Page 2