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Farewell VPNs & Independent Multimedia Content: China Vows to Clear Network Space
June 23, 2017
Farewell VPNs & Independent Multimedia Content: China Vows to Clear Network Space
More and more providers of independent audio and video news contents as well as VPN services are shut down.
Farewell VPNs & Independent Multimedia Content: China Vows to Clear Network Space
China Tightens Censorship: Farewell, Celebrity Gossip?
June 09, 2017
China Tightens Censorship: Farewell, Celebrity Gossip?
China shuts down dozens of popular paparazzi social media accounts overnight.
China Tightens Censorship: Farewell, Celebrity Gossip?
Why Everyone Should Support China’s Banned Feminist Voice Group
February 28, 2017
Why Everyone Should Support China’s Banned Feminist Voice Group
Even for non-feminists, the arbitrary banning of a social media group should be concerning.
Why Everyone Should Support China’s Banned Feminist Voice Group
China’s Defense Budget to Grow 7-8 Percent
March 05, 2016
China’s Defense Budget to Grow 7-8 Percent
Plus, Xi Jinping's inner circle, Nepal-China ties, and Chinese censors at work. Your Friday China links.
China’s Defense Budget to Grow 7-8 Percent
Chinese Nationalist Sentiment After the US South China Sea Patrol
November 02, 2015
Chinese Nationalist Sentiment After the US South China Sea Patrol
How did Chinese commentators respond after last week’s freedom of navigation patrol?
Chinese Nationalist Sentiment After the US South China Sea Patrol
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
In China, India and Pakistan Make PR Pushes
May 14, 2015
In China, India and Pakistan Make PR Pushes
With the Indian prime minister about to visit, India and Pakistan are dueling for public opinion in China.
In China, India and Pakistan Make PR Pushes
Chinese Authorities Snuff out Last Online Remnants of the <em>New York Times</em>
February 11, 2015
Chinese Authorities Snuff out Last Online Remnants of the New York Times
The paper's last social media account vanished from Sina Weibo this week.
Chinese Authorities Snuff out Last Online Remnants of the New York Times
Chinese Media and the Urumqi Bombing: Censorship in Action
May 02, 2014
Chinese Media and the Urumqi Bombing: Censorship in Action
The early media blackout on the Urumqi bombing is a concrete example of issues raised by press freedom advocates.
Chinese Media and the Urumqi Bombing: Censorship in Action
Maoming Protests Continue in Southern China
April 05, 2014
Maoming Protests Continue in Southern China
The ongoing protests over a planned PX plant in Maoming are receiving a lot of attention within China.
Maoming Protests Continue in Southern China
Wen Yunchao: 'Absolutely No Improvements' in Dissident Arrests Under Xi
April 03, 2014
Wen Yunchao: 'Absolutely No Improvements' in Dissident Arrests Under Xi
The Diplomat interviews Chinese free speech advocate Wen Yunchao about Internet censorship in China.
Wen Yunchao: 'Absolutely No Improvements' in Dissident Arrests Under Xi
Change and Control in China's Media: Interview With David Bandurski
March 18, 2014
Change and Control in China's Media: Interview With David Bandurski
The Diplomat speaks with China Media Project's David Bandurski about the recent past and future of Chinese media.
Change and Control in China's Media: Interview With David Bandurski
China's Sudden WeChat Crackdown
March 14, 2014
China's Sudden WeChat Crackdown
A sudden censorship crackdown on popular social media app WeChat has Chinese netizens in a bind.
China's Sudden WeChat Crackdown
Why China’s New Rich Want to Emigrate
November 05, 2013
Why China’s New Rich Want to Emigrate
Two new surveys show that Chinese entrepreneurs are increasingly looking to live and invest abroad.
Why China’s New Rich Want to Emigrate
China Intensifies Crackdown on Social Media Rumors
September 03, 2013
China Intensifies Crackdown on Social Media Rumors
Weibo users are being arrested for spreading conspiracy theories, asking questions and mixing up statistics.
China Intensifies Crackdown on Social Media Rumors
Xi Jinping: China's First Social Media President?
January 08, 2013
Xi Jinping: China's First Social Media President?
If Xi is able to master social media to serve his own ends his power and ability to craft policy could grow.
Xi Jinping: China's First Social Media President?
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