It is surprising how difficult to find the latest official updates of medal counts from the Beijing 2008 Olympic.
After a Google search and ignoring all the scammers who try to make AdSense income, I finally found a list at Yahoo Sports, but the one that is most up-to-date is the 2008 Olympic Medal Count on Wikipedia. This further proves that people-power on the Internet is much faster and better, and Crowdsourcing is a practical and achievable future for project development.
As of 15:30 (HKT GMT+08:00), China is currently leading the medal count.
This Olympic torch relay around the world has now become such a controversy that the International Olympic Asscociation is considering terminating the relay. If this decision is final, it will become the first world record obtained by China in this year’s Olympic.
The people at “Torch Relay Beijing 2008” has created an animation to show their disguss of the recent events.
So far most sites who had talked about this or mentioned Tibet has been banned from China. I suppose mentioning these facts will also cause my site to be banned from China. After over 16 years of Internet presence for my site, I have finally dragged myself into a political topic that will cause me to loose the readership of fellow Chinese in China.
Hopefully, the well informed any Internet savy readers will find the usual techniques to circumvent the Chinese government’s censorship.
I am not the superstitious type, but if someone informs me I will be conscientious of it. Today someone sent me the following chart.
It shows the most auspicious day to start the first work day for the new Lunar New Year 2008 (Year of the Rat).Note that you must first figure out which Chinese zodiac sign you are.