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As US Tech Firms Bow to China’s Censorship, Chinese Users Risk Everything to Defy It

As US Tech Firms Bow to China’s Censorship, Chinese Users Risk Everything to Defy It

By Yaqiu Wang
Apple continues to remove the tools that ordinary citizens rely on for unfettered speech, even as some use any means possible to speak up.

Apple-Baidu Partnership Risks Accelerating China’s Influence Over the Future of Generative AI

Apple-Baidu Partnership Risks Accelerating China’s Influence Over the Future of Generative AI

By Michael Caster
Such partnerships risk further normalizing Beijing’s authoritarian model of digital governance and accelerating China’s efforts to standardize its AI policies and technologies globally. 
Ian Johnson on the ‘Sparks’ Illuminating China’s Hidden History

Ian Johnson on the ‘Sparks’ Illuminating China’s Hidden History

By Shannon Tiezzi
“In terms of China, the dominant storyline is the surveillance state has won; China is a lost cause. My book shows that this isn’t the case.”

Are Foreign Musicians Banned From Performing in China? 

Are Foreign Musicians Banned From Performing in China? 

By Larry Mullin
Not so fast, say those on the ground.

No Bears Allowed: China’s Latest Round of Economic Censorship

No Bears Allowed: China’s Latest Round of Economic Censorship

By Sarah Cook
When the Chinese economy sputters, the regime’s censors shift into high gear.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

China’s Crackdown on Foreign Firms Is a Symptom of a Much Deeper Problem

China’s Crackdown on Foreign Firms Is a Symptom of a Much Deeper Problem

By Sarah Cook
Investigations in the business sector are just the tip of the iceberg. Politicized prosecutions are a growing blight on Chinese society.

Chinese Citizen Journalist Who Reported on COVID-19 to Be Released After 3 Years

Chinese Citizen Journalist Who Reported on COVID-19 to Be Released After 3 Years

By Kanis Leung and Huizhong Wu
Fang Bin posted details about the pandemic situation in Wuhan in early 2020. He spent three years in jail for his efforts.
2 College Students in China Were Disciplined for Giving Out Pride Flags. Can the Law Help Them?

2 College Students in China Were Disciplined for Giving Out Pride Flags. Can the Law Help Them?

By Ding Yuan and Darius Longarino
The case illustrates the intersection of a tightening grip on LGBTQ expression, especially on college campuses, and the determination of some young Chinese to fight for more space.

Chinese Ambassador’s Comments Reveal China’s Willful Misreading of Soviet History

Chinese Ambassador’s Comments Reveal China’s Willful Misreading of Soviet History

By William Nee
Lu Shaye’s gaffe underlines a serious problem: China’s complete refusal to acknowledge the abuses of the Soviet Union is impacting foreign policy decisions.

Xi Jinping and China’s Censorship Trap

Xi Jinping and China’s Censorship Trap

By Ge Chen
Why didn't China's leader crack down hard on the protesters calling for him to resign? He may never have heard those calls in the first place.

China’s Information Problems Are Only Getting Worse

China’s Information Problems Are Only Getting Worse

By Eduardo Jaramillo
Xi’s insistence on personal loyalty risks a climate of sycophancy and rigid unanimity in the ranks of China’s top leaders.
How to Resist China’s Campaign of Transnational Repression

How to Resist China’s Campaign of Transnational Repression

By Yana Gorokhovskaia and Angeli Datt
Democracies must take urgent action to protect exiled dissidents from the Chinese regime’s cross-border intimidation efforts.

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