At Foreign Policy, Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian looks at how the Chinese government has used a...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 4, 2013
Xinhua president Li Congjun warned on Wednesday that Western media are trying to destabilize and...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 6, 2013
Following high-profile sales of The Washington Post, Boston Globe and Newsweek, Isaac Stone Fish asks whether prospects for a major Chinese media acquisition in the U.S. have improved since rumors of a Southern Media Group bid...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 11, 2013
Jim Sciutto, former chief of staff at the U.S. embassy in Beijing, argues that “the time has come to exact a price for unfair behavior” towards American journalists and media companies, such as withholding visas or...
by Samuel Wade | May 10, 2013
In an interview and a recent speech, respectively, artist Ai Weiwei and Nobel-winning author Mo Yan expressed sharply different attitudes towards public exposure and social and political responsibility. From Bernhard Zand,...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 21, 2011
A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman told reporters that Christian Bale, not China, should be embarrassed by his confrontation with guards outside the Shandong village of Dongshigu last week. Bale was attempting to visit legal...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 4, 2011
Global Times has published a response to Foreign Policy’s recent profile of “China’s Fox News”, accusing it of inaccuracy, outdated perceptions and “unwarranted assumptions”. On Monday,...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 4, 2011
Deputy editor of China Daily USA Chen Weihua accused US media of failing to give adequate coverage to the Occupy Wall Street protests in an editorial on Friday: As a journalist, I have wondered why the so-called mainstream US...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 9, 2011
Microblogging platforms are playing an ever more prominent role in media coverage of China. On his Transpacifica blog, Graham Webster attempts to quantify the boom: For a really rough measure of how much foreign reporters are...
by Sophie Beach | May 19, 2009
From the Wall Street Journal’s China Journal blog: China’s Xinhua News Agency is lecturing Western media outlets for ignoring risks, covering up lies, protecting the powerful and clouding the truth. The context: China’s...
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