A skit reenacting former Japanese President Shinzo Abe’s assassination—staged during a high school field day in Zaozhuang, Shandong—has reignited online debate over rising anti-Japanese sentiment in China. Abe’s assassination in...
May 4, 2015
In this one-act play, New York-based writer Bi Ruxie imagines two outcomes for Xi Jinping if China...
Jul 25, 2006
From The Times: It is an event in history that China excises from textbooks. Yet the playwright Zhang Guangtian has dared to expose it in clear view on a Beijing stage and, somehow, he has evaded the censor. Mr Zhang’s expos√© is of the role that the Chinese played in the ruin of much of […]
Photo: “To betray the heavenly principle is to betray yourself,” snapshot from the play confucius2000, written by Zhang Guangtian, photo by redredpei.
Feb 14, 2006
“To betray the heavenly principle is to betray yourself,” snapshot from the play confucius2000, written by Zhang Guangtian, photo by redredpei.
CDT in the News
- Turquoise Roof – Weaponising Big Data: Decoding China’s Digital Surveillance in Tibet
- VOA – Chinese Netizens Criticize Government on US Embassy’s Weibo Post
- China Global South Project – What Do Namibian Giraffes Have To Do With the Chinese Economy? Ask Weibo
- Washington Post – As falling stocks draw criticism in China, censors struggle to keep up
- NYT – China’s Censorship Dragnet Targets Critics of the Economy