In 2011, the State Council approved a plan to expand and digitize the upcoming third edition of...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 13, 2013
While in Hong Kong for the annual Wikimania conference, Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales told the Wall Street Journal that he will not censor his site in order to enter China: Since early June, in the lead-up to the anniversary...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 7, 2013
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has condemned a Chinese vessel’s use of targeting radar against a Japanese destroyer last week, warning that such actions risk sparking conflict over the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands. From John...
by Xiao Qiang | Dec 14, 2009
Suo Huijun (索慧君) is a masters student in the New Media Center, School of Journalism and Communication of Tsinghua University. She recently published a paper on the development of wiki in China. In the paper, she interviewed a...
by Paulina Hartono | Oct 15, 2009
There’s stiff competition for Wikipedia in China with domestic Hudong and Baidu Baike currently outranking the formerly blocked website. Lara Farrar from CNN reports on the Great Firewall, censorship, and the difference in...
Photo: Cai Mingzhao, the Deputy Director of the State Council Information Office Meets Jimmy Wales, the Founder of Wikipedia (Updated)
by Xiao Qiang | Sep 26, 2008
The following photo is from the official site of the State Council Information Office – the central government agency which is responsible for “managing content on the Internet.” CDT translated the original...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 29, 2006
by Sophie Beach | Nov 17, 2006
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