The Economist reports on China’s efforts to let just enough “sunshine” into the...
by Sophie Beach | May 5, 2009
China Media Project looks at Chinese media coverage of the one year anniversary of implementation of the ordinance on government information disclosure: For the obstinate optimists there is no doubt reason enough to remain...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 4, 2008
China Media Project looks at coverage of “information openness” in the Chinese media over the past year, with the passage of the National Ordinance on Openness of Government Information: Since national legislation on...
Rules Upon Rules: Henan Leaders Move to Prevent Local Abuse of National Information Release Legislation
by Sophie Beach | Mar 6, 2008
David Bandurski at China Media Project looks at how effective a new law on openness of information will really be: China’s national ordinance on openness of information, or xinxi gongkai tiaoli (信息公开条例), takes the stage just...
by Liu Yong | May 24, 2007
From China Development Brief: China’s first national regulations on public disclosure of government information have been cautiously welcomed by scholars and NGOs, but most say that China still has a long way to go to...
by Sophie Beach | May 7, 2007
Key Drafter of Information Release Legislation Suggests Journalists Will Be Excluded – David Bandurski
by Sophie Beach | Apr 25, 2007
by Wu Nan | Apr 24, 2007
China announced new regulations on Tuesday to reduce government secrecy and grant citizens greater access to official information, but the regulations
China sends mixed message as it releases text of new government transparency legislation – David Bandurski
by Sophie Beach | Apr 24, 2007
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