This series is a month-by-month recap of censorship instructions issued to the media by government...
by dwang | Sep 1, 2009
After a probationary period of 5 years, China’s table tennis sports officials are allowing Wang Hao, the men’s singles world champion, to date a fellow athlete. From The Guardian: After years of punishing training...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 6, 2008
The New York Times reports on a new competition between mainland China and Taiwan – over a ping-pong table: Outside, the tropical heat of southern Taiwan seems to wither even the palm trees, while inside, the players break...
by Meredith Godwin | Mar 4, 2008
From The Canadian Press: China claimed a sweeping victory at the World Table Tennis Championship in Guangzhou. The tournament was considered a dress-rehearsal for the upcoming Olympic Games. China’s men’s team beat South...
by Meredith Godwin | Mar 1, 2008
China’s men’s table tennis team proved their dominance, beating Hong Kong to advance to the Sunday finals at the World Table Tennis Championship in Guangzhou. China will face South Korea, whose game was sharp enough to oust the...
by Gao Fei | May 29, 2007
by Michael Zhao | May 20, 2006
From the Archives
Jim Yardley and David Barboza: China Finds Itself With a Labor Shortage
Apr 02, 2005
Orville Schell: China Reluctant to Lead
Mar 14, 2009
State Dept. Human Rights Report Faults China's Curbs on Internet - Nora Boustany
Mar 06, 2007
The Essence of China's Laws is "Legalized Power to Cause Damage" - Wang Lixiong (王力雄)
Apr 11, 2007