The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been...
Dec 16, 2009
In China, several political bodies are in charge of Internet content control. At the highest level, there is the Central Propaganda Department, which ensures that media and cultural content follows the official line as mandated...
Sep 28, 2006
Last week, Foreign Policy published an interview with Li Wufeng, the director-general of China’s State Council Information Office (SCIO), the agency in charge of regulating Internet content inside China. The Foreign Policy...
Sep 21, 2006
On the Foreign Policy magazine blog, Mike Boyer writes about his recent meeting with Li Wufeng, the Director General of the State Council Information Office: This is Li Wufeng, China’s top Internet cop. A quiet man who...
Photo: Wufeng Li, director of the Internet Bureau, Information Office of the State Council, launching the official site: Strong Nation Blog; via People’s Daily.
Feb 19, 2006
CDT in the News
- NYT — Troops, Noodles and Familial Love: China Lays Out Its Ideal Taiwan
- Coda Story – China wages war on ‘historical nihilism’
- China Spektrum – Staatliche Befugnisse in Krisensituationen: Debatten über Gewalt gegen Frauen und die Lockdown-Politik
- NYT – In Turbulent Times, Xi Builds a Security Fortress for China, and Himself
- Sinopsis – Vlivové aktivity Číny v Africe (China’s Influence Activities in Africa)