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The Long Reach of Hu Yaobang
April 25, 2018

The Long Reach of Hu Yaobang

By Bonnie Girard
China's famous political reformer ironically helped pave the way for Xi's current crackdown on dissent.

Life Is About to Get Even Harder for Foreign Media in China
October 26, 2017

Life Is About to Get Even Harder for Foreign Media in China

By Charlotte Gao
A number of prominent foreign media were barred from the press conference revealing China’s new leadership.
Independent Journalism in China Struggles to Survive
December 21, 2016

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.

China FM’s Reprimanding of Canadian Journalist the Tip of the Iceberg
June 03, 2016

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.

Hong Kong And Taiwan: The Future of Chinese Democracy
March 16, 2016

Hong Kong And Taiwan: The Future of Chinese Democracy

By Mercy A. Kuo and Angelica O. Tang
Insight from David Zweig

Xi Wants Chinese Media to Be 'Publicity Fronts' for the CCP
February 20, 2016

Xi Wants Chinese Media to Be 'Publicity Fronts' for the CCP

By Shannon Tiezzi
Xi Jinping continues to emphasize the need for Party control of Chinese media -- a worrying sign for journalists.

The Decline of Independent Journalism in China
January 07, 2016

The Decline of Independent Journalism in China

By Sarah Cook
Valuable journalism is fading in China as state-funded digital media grows.
Is This Man Responsible for China’s Stock Market Crash?
September 01, 2015

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.

China’s Push for Press Legitimacy
February 06, 2015

China’s Push for Press Legitimacy

By Jeffrey Cusack
While Beijing tries to increase the overseas credibility of its media, China Daily U.S.A. remains sharply political.

Press Freedom in China ‘Deplorable’: IFJ
February 01, 2015

Press Freedom in China ‘Deplorable’: IFJ

By Robert Sullivan
The International Federation of Journalists slams the deteriorating situation for journalists in China.

China's Best Magazine Soldiers On
January 23, 2015

China's Best Magazine Soldiers On

By David Volodzko
Despite operating in an atmosphere of censorship, Caijing doesn't shy away from government critiques.
Turkey Chimes in on Uyghur Human Smuggling Case
January 17, 2015

Turkey Chimes in on Uyghur Human Smuggling Case

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, Zhang Miao, securing the North Korean border, and China's nuclear industry. Friday China links.

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