We have compiled a list of the top ten most-read CDT posts for 2011. Not all of the stories were posted in 2011 but they all got a lot of traffic last year. The list covers a number of hot topics: Tibet, Xiao Yueyue, the Wenzhou...
Jul 26, 2011
Wendi Deng’s lightning counterstrike against the man, allegedly a comedian, who attacked her husband with a plate of shaving foam last week triggered a flood of media coverage, from profiles of the woman herself to...
Feb 15, 2008
Slate Magazine writes about the recent book by Rupert Murdoch’s former right-hand man in China, Rupert’s Adventures in China: How Murdoch Lost a Fortune and Found a Wife, which has recently been published in Britain...
Jan 25, 2008
From The Economist: FAR earlier than many, Rupert Murdoch sensed that China might be a unique financial prize. Even on his first visit in the mid-1980s, with his then wife, Anna, and their school-age children, the Australian...
Oct 31, 2007
At a New York opening of the film Nanking, Wendi Murdoch, wife of media mogul Rupert, expressed her views on China today. From the New York Observer: Mega-mogul Rupert Murdoch’s wife, Wendi (n√©e Deng), is very proud of the progress her native China has made over the past few decades. “Economically, everybody is doing well; […]
May 13, 2007
The Slate Magazine had an article called “Who had a critical profile of Rupert Murdoch’s wife spiked?” this week: You can no more injure Rupert Murdoch by calling him a purveyor of sensationalism and trash than you can offend gangrenous flesh by calling it stinky. The man doesn’t have calluses. He is a callus.
CDT in the News
- Sky News – Chinese state media appears to censor one of its own videos
- The Guardian – Chinese state media censors itself after highlighting poem about corrupt leaders
- ASPI Daily Tech and Cyber Digest – Meta’s ‘biggest single takedown’ removes Chinese influence campaign | Japan’s cyber security agency suffers months-long breach | FBI, partners dismantle Qakbot infrastructure
- Atlantic Council – Chinese discourse power: Capabilities and impact
- VOA – Chinese Social Media Platforms Fail to Control Racism Against Black People: Report