In separate incidents on Tuesday, the fifth day of a sit-in that had paralyzed Hong Kong airport, two mainland Chinese men were detained and beaten by protesters. Anger at increasingly aggressive policing over the weekend, which led to injuries including the loss of a protest medic’s eye,...
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 | Jan 29, 2019
Liu Feiyue, founder of online rights monitor msguancha.com, has been sentenced to five years in...
by Cindy | Oct 3, 2018
Kong Linlin, a London-based reporter with Chinese state broadcaster’s English-language China...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 14, 2018
Two journalists working for the U.S. government-funded Voice of America were detained for about...
by Samuel Wade | Mar 13, 2018
The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been...
by Josh Rudolph | Mar 6, 2018
Amid a long-running security crackdown in Xinjiang, ethnic Uyghurs living abroad have been...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 12, 2017
In Reporters Without Borders Press Freedom Rankings for 2017, China ranked 176 out of 180...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 14, 2017
At Deutsche Welle, Sabine Peschel talks to Audrey Jiajia Li, a former TV journalist who has turned...
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