November 23, 2019
Countering China’s Forced Confessions
By Peter Humphrey
Peter Humphrey was a victim of China’s practice of airing forced confessions on state television – and he’s fighting back.
February 04, 2019
China Plays Down Liu He’s Meeting With Trump
By Charlotte Gao
Not a single piece of news about this significant meeting has been broadcast by China’s TV stations.
November 04, 2017
Pseudonyms with Chinese Characteristics: An Authoritative Resource for China Watchers
By David Gitter and Leah Fang
When you see a Chinese commentary signed by Ren Zhongping, Zhong Zuwen, or Guo Ping, it's the government talking.
July 28, 2017
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.
August 12, 2015
How China’s Crackdown on Lawyers Affects Media Freedom
By Sarah Cook
"The crackdown on human rights lawyers is truly a step backward for media freedom."
July 24, 2014
MH17: China Defends Russia, Criticizes the West
By Zachary Keck
China's state media has strongly condemned the Western response to MH17, and largely backed Russia.
June 27, 2014
China’s Media Endorses RIMPAC (Well, Sort Of)
By Zachary Keck
A Global Times editorial endorses RIMPAC and Sino-U.S. military cooperation, but it isn’t happy about it.
March 18, 2014
Change and Control in China's Media: Interview With David Bandurski
By Tyler Roney
The Diplomat speaks with China Media Project's David Bandurski about the recent past and future of Chinese media.