How China Is Attempting to Control the ‘Information Pipes’
By Joshua Kurlantzick
In addition to beaming out its perspectives via Chinese state media, Beijing is aspiring to control both the structure and norms of global information networks.
China Gifts Myanmar’s Military a Rose by Any Other Name
By Luke Hunt
Xinhua’s announcement of a “cabinet reshuffle” exemplifies its dark arts in Myanmar.
What America Can Learn From Chinese Society’s Media Skepticism
By Jasmine Chia
Many Americans have almost blind faith in their preferred media sources. Most Chinese have learned not to believe everything they read.
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.
Chinese Media Misrepresents Top China Scholar
By Adam Ni
An article by Bates Gill for The Diplomat got purposefully lost in translation.
China’s Media Market Competition
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Kecheng Fang.
China's New Media Strategy: The Case of Liu Xiaobo
By Verna Yu
Instead of hushing up issues it finds embarrassing, China is now aggressively manipulating the public discourse.
China’s Media Foothold Expands to the Gulf
By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat
USILK, which provides Arabic-language Chinese programming, is just the latest move in China's media expansion.
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 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 Lays Down the Law for China’s Top Military News Outlet
By Ben Lowsen
Among his directives: “The PLA Daily must continue to take ‘Party’ as its surname."
China's New Anti-Terrorism Law
By Shannon Tiezzi
There's much more to China's anti-terror law than the few sections dealing with tech providers.