At the Union of Concerned Scientists, Gregory Kulacki urges skepticism towards “definitive...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 17, 2013
Ten years ago this month, China Digital Times was born with the publication of this post. Xiao...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 22, 2010
This marks the first installment in a new series of posts by journalist Rachel Beitarie, who will be sharing with us dispatches from her journey across rural China. In this post, Rachel visits Beichuan, Sichuan and talks with...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 3, 2010
Chinayouren charts the occurrences of the word “China” in various world media outlets in 2009: Within the general rising trend, 2009 has gone back to reasonable levels of media attention, partly because Xinjiang and...
by Sophie Beach | Dec 7, 2009
China is officially the story of the decade, according to research by Global Language Monitor. Reuters reports: The Global Language Monitor, which uses an algorithm to search printed and electronic media and the Internet for...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 7, 2009
On the eve of her departure from China, AP reporter Audra Ang remembers her seven years in the country by recounting some of her most memorable food experiences, including a meal offered her by an impoverished farmer’s...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 22, 2009
Danwei interviews Paul French, whose new book, Through the Looking Glass: China’s Foreign Journalists from Opium Wars to Mao, explores China coverage in the 19th and 20th centuries. Read also an interview with French on...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 18, 2009
In the Los Angeles Times, Timothy Garton Ash offers an explanation to those critics who say that foreign news coverage of China is biased and overly negative: …This slant is not because of “anti-China” policy...
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