The Word of the Week comes from the Grass-Mud Horse Lexicon, a glossary of terms created by...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 18, 2013
The uncertain resolution of a stand-off between Southern Weekly staff and Guangdong propaganda authorities continues to unfold. At the South China Morning Post, Li Jing and Mimi Lau report the ousting of Southern Weekly...
by Anne Henochowicz | Jan 11, 2013
Not even one month into the new year, many China observers have already called the protests at Southern Weekly this past week the story of 2013. The public show of resistance to egregious censorship has unfolded on a scale...
by Anne Henochowicz | Jan 8, 2013
CDT Chinese is gathering images and comments from the ongoing Southern Weekly protest in Guangzhou and beyond. Here is a selection: WeiboSearch: Limiting Search to Individual Weibo Accounts: Currently, there are two ways to do...
by Anne Henochowicz | Jan 7, 2013
The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by central government authorities, have...
by Scott Greene | Jan 6, 2013
An internal standoff has escalated into a full-blown crisis at Southern Weekly (formerly known as Southern Weekend), where Guangdong’s propaganda chief meddled in the publication’s annual “New Year’s...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 5, 2013
Wang Yang, father of the “Happy” Guangdong Model and formerly mooted counterweight to Bo Xilai, was last month replaced as Guangdong Party chief by rising star Hu Chunhua. Having failed to win a seat on the reduced...
by Anne Henochowicz | Jan 3, 2013
Correction: Southern Weekend (南方周末) has adopted the English name Southern Weekly. This post has...
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