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Zoom Caught in China Censorship Crossfire 
June 11, 2020

Zoom Caught in China Censorship Crossfire 

By Associated Press
“It is not in Zoom's power to change the laws of government opposed to free speech,” the company said.

The Latest Target of China’s Nationalistic Backlash: Chinese Returnees
April 03, 2020

The Latest Target of China’s Nationalistic Backlash: Chinese Returnees

By Chauncey Jung
Chinese nationalists are mobilizing hate against fellow citizens returning from abroad. The government seems content to sit back and watch.
China Exonerates Doctor Reprimanded for Warning About Virus
March 21, 2020

China Exonerates Doctor Reprimanded for Warning About Virus

By Associated Press
Li Wenliang was posthumously exonerated, and the police who reprimanded him have been punished.

The World Sees a Public Health Crisis. Beijing Sees a Political Threat.
March 09, 2020

The World Sees a Public Health Crisis. Beijing Sees a Political Threat.

By Sarah Cook
Amid the coronavirus epidemic, suppression of dissent remains a top priority for the CCP, and the stakes are higher than ever.

China’s Schools, Forced Online By Coronavirus, Run Into Censors
March 05, 2020

China’s Schools, Forced Online By Coronavirus, Run Into Censors

By Associated Press
With schools closed indefinitely, teachers are giving lectures online – where they risk abrupt and often unexplained censorship.

The Coronavirus Outbreak: How Democratic Taiwan Outperformed Authoritarian China
February 27, 2020

The Coronavirus Outbreak: How Democratic Taiwan Outperformed Authoritarian China

By Victor (Lin) Pu
Taiwan’s example proves that the free flow of information is the best treatment for the coronavirus outbreak.

Wuhan Whistleblower Doctor Dies of Coronavirus
February 07, 2020

Wuhan Whistleblower Doctor Dies of Coronavirus

By Shannon Tiezzi
Li Wenliang, who was punished by police for "spreading rumors" about the epidemic, has passed away, according to Global Times.
Yanxi Palace Spin-off Turns to Netflix 
February 06, 2020

Yanxi Palace Spin-off Turns to Netflix 

By Layne Vandenberg
The spin-off has moved to Netflix, showing that Chinese censors are not worried about international audiences.

China’s Media Go Global But Struggle With Credibility
January 18, 2020

China’s Media Go Global But Struggle With Credibility

By Jo Kim
China has many good stories, but the CCP is not good at telling them.

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.

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