Wu Nan

Wu Nan is a student of the Graduate School of Journalism, University of California at Berkeley. Wu Nan worked for the Boston Globe Beijing Bureau as a news assistant for three years. She also worked as a reporter for one and a half years at the Economic Observer, a Chinese national financial weekly based in Beijing. Her reports focused on the changes in modern China society and the world.

Tibet’s Legal Right to Autonomy

Far Eastern Economic Review published several special essays on Tibet for their May issue, leading with the piece by Paul Harris to look at Tibetan autonomy from a legal perspective. Nobody disputes that the Tibetans are a...

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Bumbling around EU-China Ties

“The bitter spat between Europe and China over Tibet is now officially over.” From the Straits Times: France–singled out by China as the chief instigator of the dispute–dispatched three top officials to...

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Video: The Beijing Olympics and Media Freedom

Beijing based freelance reporter, Jocelyn Ford produces an eight minutes short documentary on the Beijing Olympics and Media Freedom. She includes broad views in China about media freedom, from an Olympic media center Chinese...

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China Marks 100 Days to Olympics

“With 100 days remaining until the Olympic Games get underway, Chinese authorities are marking the milestone with a series of events.” From BBC: …Early on Wednesday morning, thousands of residents of the...

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