Obama China visit 2009



Ying Chan: Obama Loses a Round (Updated)

Ying Chan, director of the Journalism and Media Studies Center at The University of Hong Kong, writes an op-ed in the New York Times about the images portrayed during President Obama’s visit to China last week: While the...

Up Against the Great Wall of China

Analysis of President Obama’s China visit, and the media coverage it received, continues. Howard French, former New York Times Shanghai bureau chief, tells Columbia Journalism Review: “The piece that really relates...

Did The Chinese Watch Obama’s Town Hall?

Take a look at the number of Internet viewers of Obama’s townhall-style meeting in Shanghai, via Marc Ambinder’s at The Atlantic’s Politics Blog: The China gig was tricky, given the practicalities of internet...

Obama’s China Interview Mystery (Updated)

From the Wall Street Journal Blog: President Barack Obama’s first attempt to speak directly to China’s people during his trip this week was marred by Beijing’s failure to broadcast the remarks nationwide as promised. Now his...

White House Correspondents Take on China

Evan Osnos writes about the history of White House correspondents accompanying U.S. presidents to China, and how the current cropped fared last week: “For White House reporters, venturing out of the comfort and security of the...

Lee Davidson: Huntsman Pleased with Obama in China

From the Deseret news: U.S. Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman Jr. said Tuesday that he’s “very, very proud” of how President Barack Obama is pushing human rights and handling all other major issues with Chinese...



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