For nearly three months, Chinese authorities have relied on censorship and propaganda to control the domestic narrative about the COVID-19 novel epidemic. In an attempt to keep the populace calm, early cases in Wuhan were...
aid to foreign countries
by Samuel Wade | Feb 2, 2012
China’s gift of a new $200 million African Union headquarters in Addis Ababa has generated a great deal of warmth among high-ranking officials, but many in both China and Africa feel decidedly chillier about the project....
by cschultz | Jul 3, 2009
The Times of India reports that Sri Lanka has created a SEZ near the city of Colombo exclusively for Chinese companies: This is one of the decisions taken during meetings between Chinese leaders and Sri Lankan Foreign Minister...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 7, 2005
From Xinhua: A total of 104 tons of emergency supplies from China, destined for the victims of Hurricane Katrina, arrived in a US airbase in Little Rocks, Arkansas Wednesday afternoon local time. The Chinese Ministry of Commerce said the relief goods include power generators, tents, bed sheets and child clothing, with a value of 5 […]
CDT in the News
- FT – Exporting Chinese surveillance: the security risks of ‘smart cities’
- The Jamestown Foundation – Chinese Leaders Project Confidence in Self-Sufficiency Amid Post-Pandemic Food Security Concerns
- Protocol – Censored word lists are ‘proprietary assets’ for Chinese big tech
- What’s On Weibo – The Disappearing Emoji on Weibo in Light of June 4
- Clearance Jobs – Biden Tasks Intelligence Community to Answer Wuhan Questions