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What China Is Saying About the Hong Kong Protests
June 14, 2019

What China Is Saying About the Hong Kong Protests

By Shannon Tiezzi
In the upside-down world of Chinese state media, the extradition bill is actually supported by most Hong Kongers.

China Plays Down Liu He’s Meeting With Trump
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.
A Closer Look at the Downfall of Sun Zhengcai
October 02, 2017

A Closer Look at the Downfall of Sun Zhengcai

By Charlotte Gao
The Chinese Communist Party rushes to expel former Chongqing party leader Sun Zhengcai ahead of National Day.

Chinese Politician Sun Zhengcai Is Under Party Investigation
July 25, 2017

Chinese Politician Sun Zhengcai Is Under Party Investigation

By Charlotte Gao
Xinhua posted an extremely short statement saying Sun is "suspected of serious violations of discipline."

Chinese State Media: Belt and Road Forum All About Xi Jinping
May 12, 2017

Chinese State Media: Belt and Road Forum All About Xi Jinping

By DD Wu
The Chinese state media’s focus is more on Chinese president rather than on the Forum itself

Beijing’s Advice for Tsai Ing-wen
January 18, 2016

Beijing’s Advice for Tsai Ing-wen

By Bo Zhiyue
Looking to China's state media for clues about the future of cross-strait relations.

Chinese Media: Maybe It's Time the US Heeded Deng Xiaoping's Advice
April 02, 2015

Chinese Media: Maybe It's Time the US Heeded Deng Xiaoping's Advice

By Shannon Tiezzi
Xinhua thinks the U.S. is now adopting China's long-standing foreign policy strategy: "keeping a low profile."
China’s Push for Press Legitimacy
February 06, 2015

China’s Push for Press Legitimacy

By Jeffrey Cusack
While Beijing tries to increase the overseas credibility of its media, China Daily U.S.A. remains sharply political.

Chinese Media and the Urumqi Bombing: Censorship in Action
May 02, 2014

Chinese Media and the Urumqi Bombing: Censorship in Action

By Shannon Tiezzi
The early media blackout on the Urumqi bombing is a concrete example of issues raised by press freedom advocates.

Chinese Media Duped By American Satire…Again
August 08, 2013

Chinese Media Duped By American Satire…Again

A number of media outlets in China fell for a joke story in the New Yorker. It wasn’t the first time.

China Blasts Japan’s Defense White Paper
July 12, 2013

China Blasts Japan’s Defense White Paper

China’s state media wasted no time in offering withering criticism of Japan’s latest defense document.

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