After summarizing the regionally varying China-related findings of a recent BBC World...
by Josh Rudolph | May 20, 2014
Following Premier Li Keqiang’s recent tour of Africa on which he unveiled new aid totaling...
by Samuel Wade | May 11, 2014
Descendants of China’s Communist founding fathers have been pushing for the early release of...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 10, 2010
Columnist and veteran journalist Chang Ping writes in the South China Morning Post (reposted on China Media Project) about a new propaganda film, People, being issued by the Chinese government: For many Chinese, our “national...
by dwang | Feb 4, 2009
As previously reported on CDT, the Chinese government plans to invest RMB 45 billion into domestic media organizations which target overseas audiences. Part of that money would fund the creation of a television station devoted...
Susan Brownell: Was There a Master Plan to Use the Olympic Games to Promote a Positive Image of China to the World ?
by Jenny Leung | Feb 3, 2009
The China Beat has reprinted a version of a paper on the 2008 Beijing Olympics and China’s image, presented at a recent conference at the University of Southern California in January 2009. Below is an excerpt: There was a...
by dwang | Jan 13, 2009
Cam MacMurchy at Zhongnanhaiblog reposts and comments on two articles published in the January 13 issue of the South China Morning Post (subscription required). According to the first story, Beijing in 45b Yuan Global Media...
by Jenny Leung | Dec 4, 2008
This is a continuation of the series on CDT relating to relevant China issues in 2008. This article deals with Chinese Nationalism and Internet Culture. Please see also previous posts on the Developing World. Chinese nationalism...
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