What began six months ago in Hong Kong as a protest against a proposed (and now withdrawn) extradition bill has widened in scope to address collective concerns for the future of the relative freedoms and democracy enjoyed there....
by zctph48 | Jul 13, 2018
According to a yearly survey published by the consultancy Portland and the University of Southern...
by zctph48 | Apr 5, 2018
The Man Booker Prize, among the most prestigious literature awards in the world, recently came...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 21, 2018
Last month, German carmaker Daimler repeatedly apologized for hurting Chinese feelings, disavowing...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 7, 2017
On Monday, CDT Chinese reposted a letter circulating on Weibo which purportedly shows singer Katy...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 21, 2017
Late last week, news came that Cambridge University Press had agreed to remove 315 articles from...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 14, 2017
At Deutsche Welle, Sabine Peschel talks to Audrey Jiajia Li, a former TV journalist who has turned...
by Josh Rudolph | Jul 25, 2017
The 28th annual Hong Kong Book Fair ended in Wan Chai today. The week-long event fell short of its...
by Josh Rudolph | Apr 18, 2016
Human rights lawyer and activist Teng Biao, living in the U.S. since 2014 as the situation for...
by Cindy | Nov 27, 2015
At China File, Professor Hu Yong from Peking University’s School of Journalism and...
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