The emerging use of artificial intelligence-aided analysis in public school classrooms has raised alarm. Last June, the Globe and Mail reported on public fears of a new form of state surveillance over facial recognition cameras trained to recognize students’ emotion at a Hangzhou high...
by Josh Rudolph | May 20, 2019
Xinhua last week reported on a new regulatory document from the Beijing Municipal Commission of...
by Josh Rudolph | Feb 28, 2018
On February 25, state media announced proposed amendments to the national Constitution, among them...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 22, 2016
The tension between development and environmental protection in China has been most keenly felt in...
by Josh Rudolph | Dec 20, 2016
On December 11, as China celebrated 15 years since its accession to the World Trade...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 9, 2016
Like other media, video games in China are subject to a wide range of political and moral content...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 23, 2016
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has raised eyebrows with a string of apparent attempts to woo...
by Josh Rudolph | Jul 8, 2016
State-run tabloid Global Times is known for holding a firmly nationalistic stance, and the...
by Anne Henochowicz | May 24, 2016
Family planning workers in Gong’an County, Hubei Province occupied the front steps of the...
by Josh Rudolph | May 20, 2016
At the South China Morning Post, Li Jing reports on a couple who attracted negative attention to a campaign encouraging Party members to show their loyalty by hand-copying the Communist Party Constitution in its entirety. The...
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