Chinese authorities have maintained strict control over the domestic narrative on the trade war by...
by Josh Rudolph | Sep 4, 2014
Xinhua reports that journalists and editors from the Guangdong-based 21st Century Media Company...
by Josh Rudolph | Jul 14, 2014
The Xi administration’s ongoing drive against Party corruption made its way to the head...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 22, 2013
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...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 31, 2011
China’s State Internet Information Office, established in May, has flexed its young muscles and closed down several thousand websites for engaging in illegal public relations deals. The authorities’ assault on the...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 6, 2009
As a follow-up to their earlier post about efforts to “channel” public opinion, China Media Project translates an editorial by writer Xiao Hanjie (肖汉杰) which responds to this line of thinking, especially by...
by Paulina Hartono | Mar 20, 2009
Christopher Bodeen of the Associated Press reports that Chinese officers are being trained in public relations as the military has more global engagements: An initial class of 51 officers graduated this week in an effort to...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 21, 2008
The Los Angeles Times profiles Jeff Ruffolo who is acting as a public relations sdvisor for the Chinese government during the Olympics: At 51, Ruffolo is old enough to have spent his formative years steeped in anti-communism. He...
by Liu Yong | May 15, 2008
From Spiegel Online: In the aftermath of China’s devastating earthquake, Prime Minsister Wen Jiabao is running around the earthquake zone like a fireman, introducing himself as “Grandpa.” The Communist Party is...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 13, 2008
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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