25 Years Ago: Violent Protests Reported in China

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the nationwide, student-led democracy movement in China, and the subsequent military crackdown in Beijing. To mark the occasion, CDT is posting...

Sina Loses Publication Licenses Over Lewd Content

China’s state media regulator says it will revoke Sina’s licenses to publish newspapers, magazines, books, audio and video online as punishment for lewd content on...

I Sold Out: Self-Censorship in China’s Media

At Aeon, Leslie Anne Jones recounts her experiences with Chinese censorship at a Shanghai “expat rag”: There were obvious things we couldn’t write about: Taiwan,...

Huawei Wants The World To Know Its Name

As Chinese tech companies like Alibaba, Tencent and Sina’s Weibo expand abroad, Nathan Vanderklippe at The Globe and Mail reports on telecom giant Huawei’s efforts...

Which Chinese Words Should English Speakers Adopt?

At China Real Time on Monday, Te-Ping Chen noted the relative lack of recent adoptions of Chinese words by English speakers: China’s state media is hoping that could change: Last...

Happy Anniversary to China’s [Censored] Internet...

Marking the 20th anniversary this week of the Internet’s arrival in China as major Chinese tech companies like Alibaba, Tencent and Sina’s Weibo expand their global...