Hot on the Chinese Internet: Guo Boxiong, Uber, June 4th...

As part of our Hot on the Chinternet series, here are some of the headlines Chinese netizens have been following the past two weeks: – A group of Chinese students studying overseas...

Tania Branigan on Seven Years Covering China

After covering China for seven years, The Guardian’s China correspondent Tania Branigan reflects on her time there and the events it encompassed: It is easy to overlook...

Internet Police Emerge from Behind the Curtains

Xinhua reports the launch of official social media accounts for local branches of China’s Internet police: Starting from June 1, internet police in 50 localities –...

New Laws Focus on “Ideological Security”...

A trio of proposed laws under consideration by China’s National People’s Congress constitute, “the most expansive articulation yet of President Xi Jinping’s...

For American Pundits, China is a Fantasyland

In an op-ed at The Washington Post, James Palmer attacks the use of China’s achievements in areas like infrastructure and education as shallow rhetorical devices by those...

Global Times Accidentally Plugs Open Letter on June 4...

Chinese censors recently removed a Global Times editorial attacking an open letter recounting the 1989 crackdown on Tiananmen pro-democracy protesters due to the unintended...