A report on Tianya Club

One of the most popular Internet forums in China.

- Tianya Club

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The Wikipedia Village Pump is a forum used to discuss improvements on Wikipedia

Internet forum

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Online discussion site where people can hold conversations in the form of posted messages.

Online discussion site where people can hold conversations in the form of posted messages.

The Wikipedia Village Pump is a forum used to discuss improvements on Wikipedia
An Internet forum powered by phpBB
FUDforum, another Internet forum software package
Internet forums are used frequently in conjunction with multiplayer online games.

China also has many millions of posts on forums such as Tianya Club.

Human flesh search engine

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Chinese term for the phenomenon of distributed researching using Internet media such as blogs and forums.

Chinese term for the phenomenon of distributed researching using Internet media such as blogs and forums.

An early human flesh search dated back to March 2006, when netizens on Tianya Club collaborated to identify an Internet celebrity named "Poison".

Thallium poisoning case of Zhu Ling

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Best known as the victim of an unsolved 1995 thallium poisoning case in Beijing, China.

Best known as the victim of an unsolved 1995 thallium poisoning case in Beijing, China.

The case began to draw extensive public attention near the end of 2005, after an ID named "skyoneline" posted on one of the largest Chinese online bulletin boards, Tianya Club, again questioning the innocence of the suspect and her family's role in blocking investigation and prosecution of the case.

Hanxin

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Notorious Chinese academic fraudulence case, committed in the name of a digital signal processing microchip.

Notorious Chinese academic fraudulence case, committed in the name of a digital signal processing microchip.

At the beginning of 2006, an anonymous user posted an article on the Chinese internet forum Tianya Club about the forgery of this DSP chip with very detailed references.

The affair dominated the front covers of gossip magazines in early February 2008.

Edison Chen photo scandal

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In 2008, intimate and private photographs of Hong Kong actor Edison Chen with various women, including actresses Gillian Chung, Bobo Chan, Rachel Ngan, and Cecilia Cheung, were unlawfully distributed over the Internet.

In 2008, intimate and private photographs of Hong Kong actor Edison Chen with various women, including actresses Gillian Chung, Bobo Chan, Rachel Ngan, and Cecilia Cheung, were unlawfully distributed over the Internet.

The affair dominated the front covers of gossip magazines in early February 2008.
Elite Multimedia, the shop at the centre of the allegations
Declaration of non-involvement posted outside the Apple-authorised computer store next to Elite Multimedia
The initial group of protesters at Victoria Park, 10 February
Cecilia Cheung being interviewed by Au Wing-Kyun (區永權)

During this time, photographs were also posted on the popular mainland China chat room, Tianya Club, and had been viewed nearly 20 million times a day.