Scholar and editor of Yanhuang Chunqiu magazine Wu Si recently outlined restrictions on freedom of expression in China as he sees them. He describes five different levels, using the image of square meters to measure the media...
by Anne Henochowicz | Nov 14, 2012
In partnership with the China Copyright and Media blog, CDT is adding the “Beijing Internet...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 4, 2010
Xujun Eberlain of Inside-Out China has translated an interview with Wu Si, editor of Yanhuang Chunqiu magazine, published in the New Weekly (新周刊): New Weekly: This is a question of historical view: what history is true? Wu Si:...
by Xiao Qiang | Jul 6, 2007
Is this really just “the season of scandal”? Or is it simply that “reality is catching up”? From International Herald Tribune: This has been the season of scandal in China, from the revelation that hundreds of people, including kidnapped children, had been held as virtual slaves to work in the primitive brick factories of Shanxi […]
by Xiao Qiang | Jul 3, 2007
Wu Si (Âê¥ÊÄù) is a well respected thinker, author and historian in China. The following interview was published on a Chinese news site Red Net on June 29, 2007. Thanks to David Kelly for the translation. Editor’s note: When the Shanxi black kiln incident was exposed by the media, critics rapidly responded, exploring the core […]
by Xiao Qiang | Jan 10, 2007
Wu Si (Âê¥ÊÄù) is the author of several influential books, including “Hidden Rules” (ÊΩúËßÑÂàô)Ôºå about Chinese history and politics. Born in 1957, Mr. Wu graduated from the People’s University in Beijing and...
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