China “Heading Backward” on Women’s Rights...

When five feminist activists were detained in 2015 after planning a public education campaign against sexual harassment, it focused the world’s attention on women’s...

Translation: Guo Wengui to Crash Party Congress

CDT cannot verify any information presented by Guo Wengui.  Guo Wengui has been hurling explosive allegations of corruption at top Party officials from his swanky penthouse...

CCP Constitution Amendment May Signal Xi’s Power...

As state media and Party officials kick their adoration of President Xi Jinping into overdrive ahead of the 19th Party Congress—an event long expected to see the further consolidation...

Individual Users Targeted by New Internet Rules

In a post for China Media Project, David Bandurski looks at how new internet regulations are shifting the onus of censorship from the media or internet platforms to the individual...

China Vows to Close Cryptocurrency Exchanges

Following a ban on bitcoin’s initial coin offerings earlier this month, Beijing’s cryptocurrency exchanges have now been asked to end trading entirely and halt...

Word of the Week: Meng the Regent

The Word of the Week comes from the Grass-Mud Horse Lexicon, a glossary of terms created by Chinese netizens and encountered in online political discussions. These are...