At Deutsche Welle, Sabine Peschel talks to Audrey Jiajia Li, a former TV journalist who has turned...
by Cindy | Jun 19, 2016
The Chinese government is carrying out an unprecedented crackdown on the media under President Xi...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 24, 2015
For ChinaFile, David Bandurski writes about the current status of journalism in China and Xi...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 27, 2015
South China Morning Post’s Keira Lu Huang reports the investigation of two senior officials...
by Cindy | May 1, 2015
At The Wall Street Journal, Te-Ping Chen reports that Chinese media regulators have revoked...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 25, 2015
With an official investigation into 21st Century Business Herald, and the detention of its...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 2, 2013
Guangdong’s media regulator has ordered editorial changes at the New Express following its...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 3, 2012
The New York Times reports on the officially-banned but widespread practice of foreign firms paying hefty sums for positive media coverage in the Chinese press: Though Chinese laws and regulations ban paid promotional material...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 29, 2010
Foreign Policy looks at the broader problems relating to journalism and the media in China, in light of Google’s decision to stop censoring its Chinese search engine: Put bluntly: The climate for China’s journalists...
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