The Cyberspace Administration of China announced after a two-day work conference this week that...
by Natalie Ornell | Aug 30, 2015
Based in Washington, D.C., Liz Carter translates Chinese-language textbooks and writes at A Big...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 17, 2013
For the Five Books series, The Economist’s Gady Epstein suggests five books which helped him understand how the Internet in China works. In April, Epstein produced a special report for the Economist called China’s...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 21, 2012
Last month, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology released a five-year-plan for Internet development. Rogier Creemers of China Copyright and Media blog has translated the document in full. Creemers has now also...
by Scott Greene | Oct 6, 2011
The Chinese government looks set to roll out a series of recently-passed regulations targeting microblogs such as Weibo as part of its efforts to manage information flow and control the spread of rumors on the web, according to...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 19, 2011
The number of people online in China has been skyrocketing over the past decade. The statistics this year are still impressive, with 485 million people now using the Internet, but growth has slowed ever so slightly. From the...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 16, 2011
In an article in Caixin, George Washington University Law Professor Donald Clarke looks at the contractual role of foreign IT companies operating in China: An article recently published in Xuexi Shibao (Study Times), an organ of...
by Sophie Beach | Dec 14, 2010
Lu Yiyi, research fellow at the University of Nottingham’s China Policy Institute and an associate fellow at the U.K.-based Chatham House, writes on the China Real Time blog of the Wall Street Journal about the impact of the...
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