Wall Street Journal Accused of Bribery in China

The Wall Street Journal has revealed allegations that its staff bribed Chinese officials to obtain information related to Bo Xilai’s former fiefdom of Chongqing. Officials at the newspaper’s parent company News Corp....

Yu Hua: Censorship’s Many Faces

Author Yu Hua explains the different levels of censorship applied to Chinese media—from tightly controlled film, through TV and newspapers, to books—and dissects the varying political and economic considerations that account for...

New York Times Hacking Highlights Other Cases

The New York Times admitted on Wednesday that it had been the victim of a four-month hacking campaign, apparently in response to its probing of premier Wen Jiabao’s family’s wealth. The attacks, it reported, seemed...

Southern Weekly Editor Replaced to Calm Dispute

The uncertain resolution of a stand-off between Southern Weekly staff and Guangdong propaganda authorities continues to unfold. At the South China Morning Post, Li Jing and Mimi Lau report the ousting of Southern Weekly...

Advice for Gu Kailai: Lose Weight to Leave Jail

Netizens are going crazy over the telling placement of headlines in yesterday’s edition of the Shandong paper 6 AM Today (今晨6点). At top is a photo of Gu Kailai at her trial and the headline “Bogu Kailai’s Commuted Death...



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