The South Korean government wants China to change its name for kimchi, Victor Mair notes at Slate,...
Oct 25, 2013
At Sinosphere, Dan Levin examines the idiosyncratic names that some Chinese English-speakers pick...
Feb 7, 2008
From Xinhua, translated by CDT: “Pig” year is gone and the “Rat” year comes. Have you ever thought that there are Chinese named after pigs and rats? It is true. According to the Ministry of Public...
CDT in the News
- Sky News – Chinese state media appears to censor one of its own videos
- The Guardian – Chinese state media censors itself after highlighting poem about corrupt leaders
- ASPI Daily Tech and Cyber Digest – Meta’s ‘biggest single takedown’ removes Chinese influence campaign | Japan’s cyber security agency suffers months-long breach | FBI, partners dismantle Qakbot infrastructure
- Atlantic Council – Chinese discourse power: Capabilities and impact
- VOA – Chinese Social Media Platforms Fail to Control Racism Against Black People: Report