The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been...
by Josh Rudolph | Jul 28, 2015
On Friday July 31, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) will meet in Kuala Lumpur to elect...
by Melissa M. Chan | Aug 21, 2012
The United Kingdom’s Culture Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, is trying to ‘turbo-charge’ tourism to the UK by capitalizing on fervor surrounding the Olympics. According to The Guardian, despite the high demand for Chinese tourists, many...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 7, 2012
As the eyes of the world bore hungrily into the London 2012 medal table, China Daily’s Wang Kaihao reports from the International Humanoid Robot Olympic Games in Harbin and talks to the competition’s executive...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 9, 2011
As riots in London and other UK cities continued, the Global Times accused British media of double standards in their coverage. If it had happened somewhere else, the chaos would have been given a name, such as...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 26, 2010
An investigation has revealed an Olympic gymnast may be stripped of her medal from the 2000 Games for being underage. From the Seattle Times: Dong Fangxiao was 14 during the Sydney Games, according to an investigation by the...
by Ying Jiang | Jul 27, 2008
Olympic organisers say air quality in Beijing is “not that bad”, and they say they can guarantee clearer skies for the games. From ABCNews, Australia. The pledge came as the city was again blanketed in a thick haze,...
by Ying Jiang | Jul 17, 2008
China has done all it can do to control humans at the Games, now they have turned their attention to the weather. From The Advertiser, Adelaide now. Scientists are primed to launch rockets to stop it raining on the opening...
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