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The Chinese Communist Party: Candid and Transparent?
October 06, 2017
The Chinese Communist Party: Candid and Transparent?
The CCP is surprisingly candid about its goals, intentions, and activities in Chinese language publications.
The Chinese Communist Party: Candid and Transparent?
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
Xi Jinping continues to emphasize the need for Party control of Chinese media -- a worrying sign for journalists.
Xi Wants Chinese Media to Be 'Publicity Fronts' for the CCP
New Law and Media in China
December 11, 2015
New Law and Media in China
Authorities will have a hard time controlling China’s increasingly robust media environment.
New Law and Media in China
Resisting Beijing’s Global Media Influence
December 10, 2015
Resisting Beijing’s Global Media Influence
There is an ongoing Chinese government campaign to promote its views and suppress criticism around the world.
Resisting Beijing’s Global Media Influence
The Tianjin Explosion, As Chronicled on Chinese Social Media
August 14, 2015
The Tianjin Explosion, As Chronicled on Chinese Social Media
How Sina Weibo brought the news story to millions.
The Tianjin Explosion, As Chronicled on Chinese Social Media
Why China’s Media Controls Are Better Than Ever
July 24, 2015
Why China’s Media Controls Are Better Than Ever
Plus, Turkey and Chinese Uyghurs, hope for a Xi-Abe summit, and trouble for Taylor Swift. Friday China links.
Why China’s Media Controls Are Better Than Ever
China’s Push for Press Legitimacy
February 06, 2015
China’s Push for Press Legitimacy
While Beijing tries to increase the overseas credibility of its media, China Daily U.S.A. remains sharply political.
China’s Push for Press Legitimacy
China's Best Magazine Soldiers On
January 23, 2015
China's Best Magazine Soldiers On
Despite operating in an atmosphere of censorship, Caijing doesn't shy away from government critiques.
China's Best Magazine Soldiers On
The Beijing Line on Hong Kong's Draft Rules
September 02, 2014
The Beijing Line on Hong Kong's Draft Rules
Mainland media outlets are bolstering Beijing's position in advance of the Occupy Central protests in Hong Kong.
The Beijing Line on Hong Kong's Draft Rules
China’s Quest to Build an ‘Influential and Credible’ Media
August 20, 2014
China’s Quest to Build an ‘Influential and Credible’ Media
Xi Jinping envisions a Chinese state-run media that is credible and influential both at home and abroad.
China’s Quest to Build an ‘Influential and Credible’ Media
China Watches the Ferguson Protests
August 18, 2014
China Watches the Ferguson Protests
China's state news agency sees the Ferguson protests as evidence of America's human rights failings.
China Watches the Ferguson Protests
Yum, Yum, Yum: Another Food Safety Scandal Rocks Multinationals in China
August 02, 2014
Yum, Yum, Yum: Another Food Safety Scandal Rocks Multinationals in China
US fast food companies in China are caught in yet another food safety scandal.
Yum, Yum, Yum: Another Food Safety Scandal Rocks Multinationals in China
Chinese Media: In Vietnam, Yang Calls 'Prodigal Son' to Return Home
June 20, 2014
Chinese Media: In Vietnam, Yang Calls 'Prodigal Son' to Return Home
Chinese media portrayed Yang Jiechi's trip to Vietnam as a diplomatic and moral victory for China.
Chinese Media: In Vietnam, Yang Calls 'Prodigal Son' to Return Home
What Chinese Media Reveals
May 15, 2014
What Chinese Media Reveals
The local media often provides insights into China’s leadership, based both on what it covers and what it does not.
What Chinese Media Reveals
China to Foreign Media: Get in Line or Get Out
November 20, 2013
China to Foreign Media: Get in Line or Get Out
Chinese leaders are showing that they’re ready completely shut China off from the rest of the world (again).
China to Foreign Media: Get in Line or Get Out
What China Thinks of the Shutdown
October 14, 2013
What China Thinks of the Shutdown
The Chinese media offers a mixed take, while China’s leaders see an opportunity.
What China Thinks of the Shutdown
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