March 19, 2022
The Unintended Consequences of China’s Stance on Ukraine
By Yimei Liu
China’s censored social media environment makes it difficult to judge public opinion. But the pro-Russia narrative that has emerged is having a real impact on ordinary people.
November 03, 2021
Chinese Tennis Star Accuses Former Top Official of Sexual Assault
By Shannon Tiezzi
Peng Shuai's post broke new ground for the #MeToo movement in China: directly implicating a high-ranking CCP official.
November 10, 2020
What Do Chinese People Think of the US Election?
By Aadil Brar
Chinese state media call the U.S. election chaotic and costly, while social media users can't stop talking about it.
September 16, 2020
China Isn’t Hiding the Border Tensions With India From Its Public Anymore
By Aadil Brar
China has loosened its restrictions on reporting about the border standoff, while still practicing heavy-handed opinion shaping tactics.
May 08, 2020
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.
March 03, 2020
Teens Love the Video App TikTok. Do They Love It Too Much?
By Associated Press
The Chinese-owned online video service is immensely popular, but some have serious security concerns about the platform.
November 23, 2019
China’s Changing PR Strategy for the Hong Kong Protests
By Chauncey Jung
From evacuating mainland students to sending soldiers into the street, the CCP’s chosen narratives have shifted.
July 16, 2019
How WeChat Conquered Tibet
By Tenzin Dalha
Tibetans know the surveillance risks, but many choose to give up privacy for convenience.