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Highbrow magazines hit a low – Wang Shanshan

From China Daily: Like the last knights fighting a losing war, two Shanghai-based monthly magazines Shu Cheng (Book Town) and Wan Xiang (Panorama Monthly) have only recently published their first editions this year after financial difficulties forced a six-month suspension. When they temporarily stopped publication, the press wrote eulogies on China’s last “intellectual magazines,” tailored […]

English-language China Economist magazine launched – Xinhua

From Xinhua: The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) launched the English-language China Economist magazine Saturday to introduce China’s economic development to overseas readers. The magazine, to be published every two months, will feature academic advances on economics and management studies with original academic papers and research reports on China’s economy, as well as articles […]

Chinese media debate information disclosure as reporter sues Shanghai City Planning Bureau – China Media Project

From China Media Project: After news late last week that a reporter had brought an information non-disclosure lawsuit against a government office in China’s financial center of Shanghai, media across China started asking whether this might push China toward a more open society. The reporter was using “Shanghai Municipal Government Ordinance on Openness of Information”, […]

Winter of Chinese Print Media – ESWN

From the EastSouthWestNorth blog (link): At the January 12th “Innovations and Developments in Newspaper Enterprises” forum in Guangzhou, the Jiefang Daily group made a proposal to the 39 party newspaper groups in the country: Let us form a national newspaper content alliance and raise the threshold for Internet re-publishing in order to protect our intellectual […]

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