This series is a month-by-month recap of censorship instructions issued to the media by government...
official trips overseas
by Natalie Ornell | May 6, 2014
Reuters reports that Chinese state media has for the first time published the photograph...
by Natalie Ornell | Feb 2, 2014
Shane Goldmacher, reporter for The National Journal, profiles Richard Quick, a 71-year old retired...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 6, 2012
China’s new Party leadership has vowed to reject “extravagance, formalism and bureaucracy” in government—or, as The Financial Times put it, to let a hundred flowers wilt. Xinhua recounted the long list of...
by Michael Zhao | Dec 26, 2007
A growing problem for foreign firms who play the China game. Translated by CDT from China News Agency: Telecom giant Alcatel-Lucent has agreed to settle a bribery case with the U.S. Justice Department and Securities and Equity Commission, paying out a $2.5 million settlement. Its misdeed was bribing Chinese officials by paying for their 314 […]
CDT in the News
- FT – Exporting Chinese surveillance: the security risks of ‘smart cities’
- The Jamestown Foundation – Chinese Leaders Project Confidence in Self-Sufficiency Amid Post-Pandemic Food Security Concerns
- Protocol – Censored word lists are ‘proprietary assets’ for Chinese big tech
- What’s On Weibo – The Disappearing Emoji on Weibo in Light of June 4
- Clearance Jobs – Biden Tasks Intelligence Community to Answer Wuhan Questions