Zhaohua Li

Zhaohua Li is an American-born independent journalist based in Beijing. He has written on Asia for the Christian Science Monitor, the San Francisco Chronicle and Frommer's guidebooks, among other publications. He is currently also a Blakemore-Freeman fellow in Chinese language studies at Tsinghua University. His interests in China run from the energy and the environment to media and pop culture.

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Lessons in Media Management from Weng’an

While officials in the Guizhou town of Weng’an let rioters run rampant in major protests over the death of a local girl earlier this month, they appear to be doing quite a good job keeping journalists under control. ESWN...

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Phone Call From China Transformed ’84 Games

As media the world over fixate on the multitude of political issues associated with Beijing’s hosting of the Olympics, Lynn Zinser of the New York Times administers a much-needed dose of historical perspective with a look...

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Inside the Olympics Food Security Apparatus

How is Beijing ensuring the safety of food supplies for Olympic athletes, and what are the issues surrounding the stepped-up security. Tim Johnson visits the farm of Lin Yuan, an Olympic vegetable supplier, for the Minneapolis...

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