At The Guardian, Tom Phillips reports the firing of a Xinjiang newspaper editor over his public...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 16, 2014
Discussing new restrictions on Chinese instant messaging services such as WeChat, Jason Q. Ng...
by Samuel Wade | Jun 23, 2014
The linguistic gymnastics used to evade censorship by China’s more politically inclined web...
by Samuel Wade | Jun 5, 2014
The weeks leading up to the 25th anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen crackdown on Wednesday were marked by an unprecedented campaign of detentions, house arrests, forced or restricted travel, intimidation and surveillance. Those...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 14, 2013
Following the announcement last week of Bo Xilai’s appeal against a life sentence for...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 8, 2011
Reuters reports that loans and other contributions to help Ai Weiwei pay a 15 million yuan (US$2.4 million) tax bill have created a pool of almost one million US dollars from over 20,000 donors so far. But having vowed to fight...
CDT in the News
- Hindustan Times – Chinese Communist party wing mocks India’s Covid crisis on social media
- POLITICO – Feminists thwarting China’s population goals
- Forum 2000 – Xiao Qiang: Digital authoritarianism in China undermines democratic values
- NYT – Women Are Battling China’s Angry Trolls. The Trolls Are Winning
- The Jamestown Foundation – Hong Kong Cracks Down on National Security Imperatives Amid Electoral Reforms