A recent scandal in which substandard DPT vaccinations were reported to have possibly been...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 17, 2014
As one set of new press regulations follows another, The Telegraph’s Malcolm Moore describes...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 16, 2014
On Saturday, Secretary of State John Kerry completed a two-day visit to China, where North Korea...
by Samuel Wade | Mar 1, 2013
Celebrated investigative journalist Wang Keqin has been forced to leave the Economic Observer, apparently in connection with its unrestrained coverage of flooding which killed at least 77 people in Beijing last summer and other...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 26, 2013
Ahead of the National People’s Congress annual session next month, during which Xi Jinping is expected to take over as state president, a group of 100 prominent intellectuals, journalists, and lawyers have penned an open...
by samuel wade | Aug 2, 2011
The New York Times reports the extended imprisonment of investigative journalist Qi Chonghuai, apparently in continued retaliation for articles he wrote in 2007. Mr. Qi was originally detained after he wrote a series of articles...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 20, 2011
The Committee to Protect Journalists reports the closure of Wang Keqin’s famed investigative reporting team at China Economic Times, confirming fears stirred by earlier postings on Sina Weibo. Xie Baokang, assistant to the...
by Sophie Beach | May 24, 2010
The Guardian profiles investigative journalist Wang Keqin, whose recent expose of an immunization scandal cost his editor his job: Wang’s CV echoes the development China’s mainstream media: from life as a...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 10, 2010
China Media Project points us toward a feature in Straits Times about China’s trailblazing investigative reporters, including Wang Keqin and Zhan Jiang. Portions of the article are available on Lexus-Nexus: While China is...
by Sophie Beach | Dec 1, 2009
Investigative journalist Wang Keqin, whose life has been threatened numerous times for his reporting, talked to a group of Hong Kong journalism students. China Media Project reports: In China, journalists like Wang Keqin face...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 30, 2009
ChinaGeeks translates a post from investigative journalist Wang Keqin, in which an AIDS patient tells his story of being infected with the virus during a blood transfusion and his subsequent struggle for compensation: At 9 AM on...
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