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The Village and the Girl

In a multimedia web production, Carrie Gracie of the BBC has compiled ten years of reporting from...

Al Jazeera: China Rising

Al Jazeera has produced a four-part series looking at various aspects of China’s rise. Three of four episodes have been broadcast; the fourth will be shown later this month. From their introduction: In just 30 years, China...

China Quarterly Archives Allow Free Access

The China Quarterly recently made the ten most popular articles from the past decade available for free download on their website. The articles include: * Reconsidering the Campaign to Suppress Counterrevolutionaries by Yang...

Current History: Special Issue on China and East Asia

The September issue of Current History focuses on China and East Asia, and includes the following articles (among others): No “Jasmine” for China by Bruce J. Dickson “Political protests in China are a far cry from those that...

Tavis Smiley Show in China

The Tavis Smiley Show on PBS is broadcasting from China for a week of special reports. The entire special will be rebroadcast starting August 15: For five nights, July 11-15, 2011, Tavis brings you stories from the People’s...

China: What’s Next

The Diplomat has launched a special feature on China, featuring slideshows, reporting, analysis, and statistics on a number of issues facing the country. From an article titled, “China’s Bumpy Road Ahead” by...

Humphrys in China

Veteran BBC correspondent John Humphrys is visiting China and contributing daily reports starting tomorrow. His China diary can be read here, and a slideshow of images from his trip is here. From the introduction to his report:...

ABC’s Diane Sawyer, ‘World News’ Headed to China

ABC News’ Diane Sawyer will be broadcasting from China next month, AP reports: Sawyer will originate her evening “World News” broadcast in China from Nov. 15-17. The network said Friday that Sawyer will visit...

Living in the Shadows

GlobalPost has an in-depth special feature called “Living in the Shadows: An Intimate Look at China’s Migrant Workers,” which includes video, photos and reportage. View it here.



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