The letter above was sent this week to more than 30 international news organizations including Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Agence France-Presse, South China Morning Post, the BBC, NBC, NHK, and Asahi Shimbun. In recent weeks, Chinese authorities and state media have grown...
by Samuel Wade | Jun 25, 2020
Emerging details of Hong Kong’s impending National Security Law have fueled concern over its unprecedented encroachment on the territory’s political and legal autonomy, despite what NYU’s Jerome Cohen describes...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 16, 2019
Ongoing demonstrations in Hong Kong against now-suspended extradition rules and aggressive...
by Josh Rudolph | Oct 17, 2016
Currently on a tour of Europe, the Dalai Lama had lunch on Sunday with Slovakian president Andrej...
by Josh Rudolph | Aug 17, 2016
Global Times reports that 2,939 Uyghur-speaking teachers from Xinjiang will be sent to schools...
by Josh Rudolph | Apr 1, 2016
China has protested the U.S.-based Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation’s recognition of...
by Josh Rudolph | Mar 30, 2016
Tibetan entrepreneur and language education advocate Tashi Wangchuk, who was earlier this month...
by Cindy | Nov 16, 2015
Following Friday night’s deadly attacks in Paris, President Xi Jinping offered his...
From the Archives
Looking Back on Chinese Media Reporting of School Collapses
May 07, 2009
China Stamps Its Authority on Hong Kong (Washington Post)
Apr 06, 2004
Catch: China's Internet - Jonathan Mirsky
Jan 13, 2006
Beyond Beijing: China's Toughest Competition
Aug 08, 2008