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Hi everyone, I'm Graham. I'm a first year master's student in Regional Studies–East Asia, primarily studying contemporary Chinese and Japanese politics and society.

Why I'm Here

I'm interested in this course because:

  • I work on internet society in this East Asian context.
  • I used to write a blog on China and technology at CNET called Sinobyte.
  • I'm trying to develop a blog on transpacific relations into a better resource for scholars working on East Asia and the Americas. The blog is called Transpacifica.
  • And I've been fooling around with whatever is available on the internet for years.

Where I Am Here

As of now, I'm working on our session on The Internet and Societal Inequity, which will probably be renamed soon enough. --G 02:42, 14 December 2008 (UTC)