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Corrupt Officials Turn to ‘Black’ PR

The Telegraph’s Malcolm Moore reports on China’s thriving web-scrubbing industry, which offers to polish the online reputations of companies, celebrities and especially officials. “We recently helped the head...

Dirty Business for China’s Internet Scrubbers

A recent Southern People Weekly article translated by CDT revealed the world of official espionage in China: officials bugging rivals to gather ammunition, and allies to assess their loyalty. A report at Caixin describes another...

A Reader: Protests and Public Relations

From China Beat blog: This morning the Los Angeles Times reported on a riot in Gansu that was touched off over disagreements on city planning issues. The report comes on the heels of an uptick in news in the last week on local...

Tibet Backers Show China Value of P.R.

Among the many lessons that can be learned from recent events in Tibet, the Chinese government has a lot to learn about the value of a good public relations machine, according to the New York Times: For all its business success...

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