This series is a month-by-month recap of censorship instructions issued to the media by government...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 28, 2014
A new trial for activists Guo Feixiong and Sun Desheng began on Friday amid heavy security after...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 16, 2014
Discussing new restrictions on Chinese instant messaging services such as WeChat, Jason Q. Ng...
by Samuel Wade | Jun 20, 2014
Following the announcement of regulations on “critical” news reporting on Wednesday,...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 10, 2014
As a tense wait for foreign journalists’ visa renewals ends, for most, The Washington...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 10, 2013
China’s Supreme People’s Court and Supreme People’s Procuratorate issued a new...
by Josh Rudolph | Aug 2, 2013
The South China Morning Post reports that writer and veteran journalist Chen Min (pen name Xiao Shu) was detained on Friday amid a campaign for the release of detained lawyer and fellow New Citizens’ Movement activist Xu...
by Scott Greene | Mar 18, 2013
Mimi Lau of the South China Morning Post reports that despite his reformist credentials, new Guangdong party chief Hu Chunhua has held his cards close to the vest while navigating a series of early tests: His low-profile, opaque...
by Little Bluegill | Feb 17, 2013
Before the Southern Weekly crisis broke out last month, one of the paper’s sister publications, the magazine Southern People Weekly, published a scathing exposé on the secret world of spying and backstabbing endemic...
From the Archives
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Mar 04, 2004
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Apr 11, 2007
China Opposes US Subsidy Investigations - AP
Dec 05, 2007
Following Workers’ Trails of Tears in China
Aug 28, 2010