Mixed Feelings Among Hong Kong’s Mainland Students...

The Wall Street Journal’s Chao Deng and Patrick Boehler and Chen Yifei at the South China Morning Post describe the conflicted attitudes of mainland students in Hong Kong as...

China’s ‘Veiled Threats’ Over Media Report on Uyghurs...

Chinese Embassy tried to stop tonight’s Foreign Correspondent from going to air. The ABC will be running the programme from 8pm on ABC 1 — Stephen McDonell (@StephenMcDonell)...

Censors Keep Mainland in the Dark About HK Protests...

As pro-democracy student protests continue to unfold in Hong Kong, Chinese authorities are ramping up censorship to stop news of the unrest from spreading on the mainland. The Los...

‘Martyrs’ Day’ Established to Promote Vision of the Past...

The Chinese government has designated September 30th as a national Martyrs’ Day to commemorate those who lost their lives fighting foreign forces, but critics see the move...

Drawing the News: Exploratory Error

Last week, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) chalked up the Great Famine (1959-1961) to an “exploratory error.” The premier academic research organization...

Sensitive Words: Hong Kong Protests (Updated)

As of September 29, the following search terms are blocked on Weibo (not including the “search for user” function). Hong Kong Protests: Protests for electoral reform have escalated...