Asian Nations Among the Worst Jailers of Journalists: Report
By Sebastian Strangio
According to Reporters Without Borders, 2022 saw a record number of media workers detained globally.
China Takes Aim at UK Ambassador Over Media Freedom Post
By Bonnie Girard
British Ambassador to China Caroline Wilson learns the hard way how prickly Beijing is, even to sympathetic criticisms.
The News China Didn’t Want Reported in 2017
By Sarah Cook
Leaked censorship directives hint at the regime’s priorities, but tighter controls have made them harder to obtain.
With Media Law Amendments, Kazakhstan Deals a Blow to Press Freedom
By Catherine Putz
Astana consulted journalists on revisions to the country's media law, and then ignored their recommendations.
China’s Media Market Competition
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Kecheng Fang.
Want to Be Chief Editor in China? Better Have A Chinese Passport.
By DD Wu
China issues new rules on managing online information, further regulating its already highly-censored internet.
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 Gamble Behind Xi Jinping’s More Restrictive Media Policy
By Sarah Cook
Xi's quest to control China's media may bring unintended consequences.
Xi Jinping’s Virtual Political Reality
By Elizabeth Economy
"Xi wants to construct his own political reality."