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Case of Suspended Editor Draws Interest Online

China Media Project’s David Bandurski rounds up online reactions to the suspension of Party journal editor Deng Yuwen. Deng says that his employer, the Central Party School, had received complaints from the Ministry of...

FT: Netizen Thoughts on 18th Party Congress

The following is excerpted from the November 7 Financial Times Chinese article “An Inventory of the Popular Will ahead of the ‘18 Big’” (“十八大”前的一份民意清单), written by Editor-in-Chief Zhang Lifen. The Chinese Communist Party 18th...

Lunch with Chen Guangcheng

The Financial Times’ Jamil Anderlini has pizza with Chen Guangcheng and discusses food in New York, house arrest in Dongshigu, and Chen’s plans to return to China. […] Before we start eating, he asks if he can hold...

How China Should Rule The World

The Financial Times’ chief economics commentator Martin Wolf gives his views on how China should wield its growing clout on the world stage: China needs to develop its own view of how to use its influence. In doing so, it...

Pearson to Push FT Further into China via Web – Keralanext

From Keralanext: British-based publisher Pearson said it planned to invest more in Web-based activities, particularly in the business segment via the Financial Times in the fast-growing Chinese market. Pearson Chief Executive Marjorie Scardino, speaking to reporters in a call on Monday after the company’s 2006 results, said she had ‘very strong plans’ for the Financial […]

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