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Sharper Eyes: Surveilling the Surveillers (Part 1)

“The people have sharp eyes.” (“群众的眼睛是雪亮的.”) This Communist Party slogan was heavily used during the Cultural Revolution, an era in which citizens were incentivized to spy on and even falsely accuse family and neighbors of being disloyal to authority. More than 50 years after that tumultuous era...

CDT Editors’ Picks: The Best of 2019

The editors at CDT have made their annual selections of their favorite posts, from CDT and elsewhere around the web, over the past year. Dong Ge (Executive Editor, CDT Chinese): CDS 档案 | “辱华节目”全球连晒(连载一): 不可言说之辱—— “维尼”那些事儿...

Top CDT English Posts of the Decade

China Digital Times first went online in 2003, with the Chinese-language site launched in 2010 and China Digital Space soon after. Now that we are entering a new decade, it seemed a good opportunity to review our most popular...

Zooming Out on Chinese Surveillance Technology

The array of surveillance technologies being deployed across China has been receiving widespread attention. At The New York Times this week, Paul Mozur and Aaron Krolik looked at how these surveillance tools are being combined...

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