At Deutsche Welle, Sabine Peschel talks to Audrey Jiajia Li, a former TV journalist who has turned...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 14, 2015
The Financial Times’ David Pilling and Julie Zhu report on arguments in Hong Kong over the...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 4, 2014
At China Media Project, Qian Gang traces the abandonment of Xi Jinping’s early rhetoric on...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 3, 2013
At The Atlantic, Joanna Chiu surveys the debate over whether the Party should be subordinate to...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 11, 2013
Now that Southern Weekly has returned to publishing following heated protests against a heavy-handed censorship order, the question remains over what impact this incident will have on journalism in China. In the Atlantic, Helen...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 15, 2009
Evan Osnos posts a translation of an essay by Qian Gang about his experience being fact-checked by the New Yorker, a notoriously rigorous process, and his thoughts about truth and reporting in the age of the Internet: Professor...
by Xiao Qiang | Jul 31, 2009
Qian Gang, a former senior Chinese journalist and co-director of China Media Project of the Hong Kong University writes the following essay, translated by David Bandurski: I accept the argument for gradual political reform. The...
by Xiao Qiang | Feb 6, 2007
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