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The Coming Political Restrictions on Chinese Outbound Travel
November 30, 2019

The Coming Political Restrictions on Chinese Outbound Travel

By Xiaochen Su
Hand-wringing over targeted tourist restrictions miss the larger point: the Chinese overseas tourism boom is about to fall victim to domestic political concerns.

US Sports Stakes in China: Deals Vs. Democracy
November 19, 2019

US Sports Stakes in China: Deals Vs. Democracy

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Andrew Brandt.
China’s Internet Freedom Hit a New Low in 2019, and the World Could Follow
November 19, 2019

China’s Internet Freedom Hit a New Low in 2019, and the World Could Follow

By Sarah Cook and Mai Truong
No user or platform is safe from the leadership’s insatiable appetite for ideological conformity.

Damnatio Memoriae in China: Zhao Ziyang Is Laid to Rest
November 13, 2019

Damnatio Memoriae in China: Zhao Ziyang Is Laid to Rest

By Bonnie Girard
Zhao was written out of Chinese history for showing sympathy to the Tiananmen protesters. The indignity continued even after his death.

The China-NBA Tempest in a Teacup
October 29, 2019

The China-NBA Tempest in a Teacup

By Jansen Tham
The NBA-China spat is just the latest indication of a longstanding (and growing) problem.

China’s Long, Hot Summer of Censorship
June 24, 2019

China’s Long, Hot Summer of Censorship

By Sarah Cook
June has been a terrible month for internet freedom in China. July may be even worse.

What China Is Saying About the Hong Kong Protests
June 14, 2019

What China Is Saying About the Hong Kong Protests

By Shannon Tiezzi
In the upside-down world of Chinese state media, the extradition bill is actually supported by most Hong Kongers.
The Remarkable Survival of Free Thought and Activism in China
May 23, 2019

The Remarkable Survival of Free Thought and Activism in China

By Sarah Cook
The regime’s repressive efforts are increasing, but they are also failing in important ways.

China’s GMO Paradox
May 21, 2019

China’s GMO Paradox

By Eugene K. Chow
For all its power, the Chinese government can’t get people to trust genetically modified crops.

Worried About Huawei? Take a Closer Look at Tencent
March 26, 2019

Worried About Huawei? Take a Closer Look at Tencent

By Sarah Cook
The Chinese social media giant is a growing global force, and it does the bidding of the Communist Party.

How ‘Three Billboards’ Inspired China’s Gay Rights Activists
February 13, 2019

How ‘Three Billboards’ Inspired China’s Gay Rights Activists

By Kyle Mullin
Trucks painted with slogans – mobile billboards – are the center of a campaign against homosexual conversion therapy.
China Slams George Soros for Calling Xi Jinping ‘Most Dangerous Opponent of Open Societies’
January 26, 2019

China Slams George Soros for Calling Xi Jinping ‘Most Dangerous Opponent of Open Societies’

By Charlotte Gao
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, billionaire George Soros says China is a “mortal threat to open societies.”

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