On October 8, Cover News launched a survey questionnaire on Weibo asking for readers’ take...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 7, 2019
Following a tweet by Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey in which he expressed support for pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong, the Chinese government has made moves to ban the team–one of the most popular NBA...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 20, 2017
Poet Liu Xia, wife of late Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo, has not been seen in public since her...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 16, 2017
The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 20, 2015
In a two-part story at South China Morning Post, Minnie Chan describes a Hong Kong...
by zhou shuren | Aug 19, 2011
After the bench-clearing brawl at a goodwill basketball game between the Georgetown Hoyas and the Bayi Rockets, team officials and players sought to downplay the incident. From the Wall Street Journal: The Thursday match, which...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 18, 2011
What was supposed to be a goodwill game between the Georgetown Hoyas and the Bayi Rockets in Beijing ended badly when a fight broke out between players. From the Washington Post: Georgetown senior center Henry Sims had a chair...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 19, 2011
With Yao Ming set to announce his retirement from the NBA tomorrow, China is set to lose its largest (and tallest) international sports star. The New York Times reports: For nearly a decade, China has been enthralled by the cult...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 12, 2009
The Washington Wizards basketball team is visiting China to commemorate a trip to the country thirty years ago by the same team (then called the Washington Bullets), which marked the first visit to China by a professional U.S....
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