Caijing editor-in-chief Hu Shuli named to Wall Street Journal’s “Ten women to watch in Asia” list – China Media Project

From China Media Project:

胡舒立, editor-in-chief of China's influential Caijing magazine, was listed on the Wall Street Journal's list of "Ten women to watch in Asia" on November 20. Hu Shuli is "worth watching", said the Wall Street Journal, "because of her deftness in pursuing hard-hitting journalism while working her publication's Communist Party connections". can be seen as a pioneer of more independent journalism in China, managing to walk a line between the party's media control regime on the one hand and the pressures of media commercialization on the other [Caijing on Wikipedia]....[Full Text]


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