Censorship Vault: Beijing Internet Instructions Series (17)

In partnership with the China Copyright and Media blog, CDT is adding the “Beijing Internet Instructions” series to the Censorship Vault. These directives were originally published on (Participate) and date from 2005...

Protests Hit Japanese Restaurants

Yesterday, a group of anti-Japan protesters in Beijing were stopped by police when they attempted to attack a Japanese restaurant. To avoid confrontation, the employees of this restaurant hung a red banner reading “The Diaoyu...

Newspaper’s Investigative Unit Shuttered in China

The Committee to Protect Journalists reports the closure of Wang Keqin’s famed investigative reporting team at China Economic Times, confirming fears stirred by earlier postings on Sina Weibo. Xie Baokang, assistant to the...

Chinese Muckraker Caixin Expands Its Mandate

As China’s official media attempts to expand overseas, independent news organisation Caixin is taking similar steps into the international market. From The Wall Street Journal: Hu Shuli, a prominent Chinese editor who...

Two Journalists Missing, Feared Detained

The Committee to Protect Journalists highlights two disappearances apparently connected to that of Ai Weiwei: Family and colleagues have been unable to reach Caijing magazine journalist Zhang Jialong since the evening of April...

Caijing Hits Bold with New Report

The China Media Project summarizes a report in Caijing about a mysterious woman who has links to several high-level corruption cases, and argues that the magazine is keeping up its legacy of hard-hitting investigative reporting...

Caijing Editor Quits to Start New Magazine

He Li, the editor of Caijing Magazine who took over after the departure of Hu Shuli, is leaving to start his own magazine. From China Daily: He confirmed by telephone with that he is leaving Caijing magazine, already...



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