This week, the Beijing-based Unirule Institute of Economics announced that it would close after years of official pressure including the deletion of social media accounts and an eviction last summer during which the doors of its offices were welded shut, temporarily trapping staff inside. The...
by Josh Rudolph | Dec 10, 2019
What began six months ago in Hong Kong as a protest against a proposed (and now withdrawn) extradition bill has widened in scope to address collective concerns for the future of the relative freedoms and democracy enjoyed there....
by Sophie Beach | Sep 20, 2019
Under Xi Jinping, Chinese journalists have faced tightening controls from the government, as officials have imposed ideological, political, and legal limits on their reporting while escalating online censorship and sending...
by Samuel Wade | May 12, 2019
Last week brought the 100th anniversary of the start of the May Fourth movement, a pivotal moment...
by Josh Rudolph | Apr 19, 2019
Concerns over the growing international acceptance of the “China model” of internet...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 21, 2019
Chinese tech companies’ ties with Party and state authorities are coming under increasingly...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 24, 2018
On Monday, South China Morning Post’s Jane Cai reported various deficiencies in the advice...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 20, 2018
The addition of “Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New...
by Cindy | Aug 8, 2018
The Chinese Communist Party has launched a new campaign aimed at “enhancing...
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