Jeremy Brown: How the Party Handles Accidents

Late on Tuesday, a 6.5 magnitude earthquake hit Sichuan’s Jiuzhaigou County, killing at least 19 people and forcing the evacuation of some 60,000. A leaked directive ordered...

Badiucao Echoes Nobel Call for HK Democrats

Joshua Wong, Alex Chow, and Nathan Law, three young democracy campaigners and leaders of Hong Kong’s 2014 “Umbrella Movement,” were each given 6-8 month prison...

Cambridge University Press U-turns on Journal Cuts

Late last week, news came that Cambridge University Press had agreed to remove 315 articles from the China Quarterly journal from its web pages for users in China, as well as some 1000...

Concerns Remain After Liu Xia Appears in Online Video...

Liu Xia, the widow of recently deceased activist Liu Xiaobo, has been under house arrest and surveillance since her husband won a Nobel Peace Prize while serving his 11-year prison...

Academic Journal Acquiesces to Censorship Demands

Cambridge University Press, the world’s oldest publishing house, made 300 articles from the website of the China Quarterly inaccessible inside China, at the request of Chinese...

China Bans Sensitive, Long, and ‘Weird’ Company Names...

New guidelines from the State Administration for Industry and Commerce forbids the registration of business names that are too long, “too weird,” politically sensitive,...