How Does China Engage With Russia’s Media Market?
By Elena Soboleva
The show “Xi Jinping’s Favorite Classical Quotes” on TV channel Russia 24 is just one example of Chinese-produced content airing in Russia.
Family: Chinese Journalist Faces Espionage Charges
By Associated Press
Dong Yuyu regularly met with foreign journalists and diplomats to help understand global trends. But Chinese authorities regarded his contacts with foreign diplomats as evidence of spying.
Chinese Media’s Conflicting Narratives on the Myanmar Coup
By Diya Jiang and Kristina Kironska
The difference in reporting on the situation in Myanmar between Chinese state media facing international audiences (in English) and Chinese domestic media (in Chinese) reflects the dual political agenda of the Chinese government.
China-US Media Relations Are Cratering. That’s a Serious Problem.
By Mu Chunshan
Amid the tensions, media on both sides have been casualties. That bodes very poorly for the future of U.S.-China relations.
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.
China Ready to Reach a Trade Deal With US
By Charlotte Gao
China’s attitude toward U.S.-China trade talks switched from belligerence to silence and now to optimism.
Red Scarves and Iowa Newspapers: China’s Propaganda in Action
By Bonnie Girard
Chinese domestic media mechanisms falter in the international arena.
Assessing Media Coverage of the US-China Trade War
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Phillip Yin.
What Did China Really Think of the Xi-Modi Meeting?
By Merriden Varrall and Charlie Lyons Jones
Chinese media coverage was far different than the English language summaries.
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.
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.
The Chinese Communist Party: Candid and Transparent?
By David Gitter
The CCP is surprisingly candid about its goals, intentions, and activities in Chinese language publications.