Does China’s Remaining Non-State Media Have a Future?
By Jesse Turland
New draft regulations could cripple outlets like Caixin, considered a bastion of investigative journalism scrutinizing corporate and government dealings.
China Retaliates With More Restrictions on US Media
By Eleanor Albert
After the U.S. added new restrictions on 6 Chinese media organizations, China followed suit.
Who Assaulted Whom? Conflicting Stories as CCTV Reporter Taken Away by UK Police
By Charlotte Gao
A CCTV reporter allegedly slapped a volunteer at a UK Conservative Party conference, but CCTV provides a different story.
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.
The Death of a Liberal Chinese Magazine
By Verna Yu
A hostile takeover by a state institution forces the closure of the reform-minded Yanhuang Chunqiu.
China FM’s Reprimanding of Canadian Journalist the Tip of the Iceberg
By Peter Bittner
The incident is a sign of China's larger issues with journalists -- and press freedom is only getting worse.
The Legacy of China’s One-Child Policy
By Young China Watchers
Journalist Mei Fong on the one-child policy and its continuing impact in China.
The Decline of Independent Journalism in China
By Sarah Cook
Valuable journalism is fading in China as state-funded digital media grows.
Behind the Mask: The Challenge of Reporting on China
By David Volodzko
How media narratives shape perspectives in China and the West.
Is This Man Responsible for China’s Stock Market Crash?
By Shannon Tiezzi
A journalist detained by Chinese authorities is being held responsible for the "chaos" in China's stock market.
What It’s Like to Attend a CCP Press Conference
By Yang Hengjun
What it's really like to attend the Chinese premier's annual press conference at the National People's Congress.