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Independent Journalism in China Struggles to Survive
December 21, 2016

Independent Journalism in China Struggles to Survive

By Sarah Cook
2016 has been a particularly bad year for non-state controlled media outlets in China.

It's Time Google Came Back to China
May 03, 2016

It's Time Google Came Back to China

By Dingding Chen
And China should welcome Google back, as long as it abides by Beijing's laws and regulations.
Megadeth's First Show in China Censored
October 09, 2015

Megadeth's First Show in China Censored

By Catherine Putz
The thrash metal band is not the first to find itself restricted by Chinese censors.

Is Artificial Intelligence Helping China Spy on Its Citizens?
February 11, 2015

Is Artificial Intelligence Helping China Spy on Its Citizens?

By Greg Austin
China has constructed the largest and most automated system for surveillance of its citizens ever seen in human history.

Interview: Louisa Lim
July 18, 2014

Interview: Louisa Lim

By Justin McDonnell
China-based journalist Louisa Lim on her new book on Tiananmen and why the protest resonates today.

Tiananmen Square in the Age of Twitter
June 05, 2014

Tiananmen Square in the Age of Twitter

By Zachary Keck
The real wild card in assessing whether Tiananmen Square could happen today is the role of social media

What Chinese Media Reveals
May 15, 2014

What Chinese Media Reveals

By Brendan P. O’Reilly
The local media often provides insights into China’s leadership, based both on what it covers and what it does not.
A Touch of Sin: Grim and Compelling
May 02, 2014

A Touch of Sin: Grim and Compelling

By Gautham Ashok
Jia Zhangke’s brilliant film has been banned in China, which is darkly ironic.

House of Cards: A Winning Hand in China
March 20, 2014

House of Cards: A Winning Hand in China

By Han Zhang
The American show peeks at China as the Chinese watch curiously.

China’s Tiananmen Rocker Pulls Out of State TV Performance
January 21, 2014

China’s Tiananmen Rocker Pulls Out of State TV Performance

By Angela Erika Kubo
Rather than censor himself, Cui Jian chose to not perform at all.

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