Recent protests in Hong Kong against proposed extradition rules that threatened further erosion of the territory’s autonomy have attracted considerable support from Taiwan, including public displays of solidarity and a cross-party legislative resolution. On Sunday, tens of thousands gathered...
by Cindy | Oct 3, 2018
Kong Linlin, a London-based reporter with Chinese state broadcaster’s English-language China...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 14, 2017
At Deutsche Welle, Sabine Peschel talks to Audrey Jiajia Li, a former TV journalist who has turned...
by Cindy | Jun 19, 2016
The Chinese government is carrying out an unprecedented crackdown on the media under President Xi...
by Cindy | Aug 18, 2014
At Monday’s meeting with members of the Leading Group for Overall Reform, Xi Jinping...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 31, 2014
The announcement of a disciplinary investigation into Zhou Yongkang on Tuesday has unleashed a...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 3, 2013
For the Telegraph, Malcolm Moore profiles a village newspaper near Shijiazhuang which has established itself as the opposition to the local official propaganda paper: “We wanted to rebuke the lies of the official...
by Scott Greene | Nov 16, 2011
A 42-year-old man from Hubei province set himself on fire in Tiananmen Square on the morning of October 21, according to a British eyewitness who photographed the scene. From the Daily Telegraph: “The man did it right in...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 4, 2011
Global Times has published a response to Foreign Policy’s recent profile of “China’s Fox News”, accusing it of inaccuracy, outdated perceptions and “unwarranted assumptions”. On Monday,...
by Sophie Beach | May 27, 2011
At China Media Project, David Bandurski notes that People’s Daily, the Party mouthpiece, has not quite been itself lately: As I mentioned yesterday, even relative insiders who generally know how to read the signs have...
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