Following accusations that Apple threatens China’s national security while China tries to intercept Apple users’ cloud data, Apple CEO Tim Cook met with Vice Premier Ma Kai in Beijing to “exchange views” on digital security on Wednesday. From Gillian Wong at The Wall Street Journal: In an interview with Chinese news portal Sina.com, Mr. Cook said the Cupertino, Calif., gadget maker will also increase investment in China by an unspecified amount.
Chen Ziming, one of the most influential activists in the 1989 Tiananmen Protests,
Global Times reports that high-end photography gear has become a sign of officials’
Writer Yan Lianke was just awarded the Franz Kafka Prize in the Czech Republic.
The BBC has condemned the apparent blocking of its English-language websites
The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities,
With tensions continuing to rise between local Uyghur residents of Xinjiang
As heavy-smog season 2014-2015 begins in China, AFP reports that PM2.5 readings
Chinese employees of foreign media organizations are growing increasingly