Recently, Chai Jing delivered a speech at the 2009 Beijing Journalists Assocation’s speech competition. Chai is a famous investigative reporter for CCTV, and also blogs regularly on bullog.com, among other platforms. Ten...
by Liu Yong | Sep 30, 2008
From The National: The importance of obtaining a receipt after buying a meal on a train, in the greater scheme of legal issues in China, may be difficult for most people to comprehend. But for Hao Jinsong, a public interest...
by Kate Zhao | Feb 22, 2008
From The Christian Science Monitor : To most Beijingers, the receipt the attendant gives them for the six cents paid to use the public toilets in the subway is a worthless piece of scrap, quickly crumpled up and thrown away. To...
by Wu Nan | Jan 29, 2008
Hao Jingsong is a law student at the China University of Politics and Law. He’s challenging the legal system by taking on some well-known controversial cases, including the South China Tiger case. He was the first to...
by Paulina Hartono | Dec 15, 2007
The “South China Tiger” [华南虎］saga continues. Now known as “Tigergate” among Chinese netizens, this event will no doubt be one of the top media/internet stories of 2007. On December 2nd, NetEase (one of...
CDT in the News
- SCMP – Foreign journalists in China report state backing for rising intimidation during Henan floods
- Forum2000 – Data colonialism: Where China and the West diverge
- FT – China flood response reveals Beijing’s need to prepare for extreme weather
- LA Times – Amid crushing floods in China, officials focus not on climate change, but on control
- RFA – “Drowning” has become a sensitive word during Henan floods