Zhai Minglei

Chen Guangcheng: Law, Media and Broken Promises

Jerome Cohen discusses the continuing house arrest of Chen Guangcheng and his family at the South China Morning Post, arguing that the local authorities’ disregard for the law demonstrates the practical limitations of...

Zhai Minglei: You Have Failed Us, Mr. Wen

China Media Project partially translates a, “lengthy, passionate and strongly-worded discussion of China’s history, current leadership and political reform” by investigative reporter Zhai Minglei. The essay has...

Video: Danwei: China Blogger Conference 2009

Danwei has produced a video from the 5th annual Chinese blogger conference, held in November in Lianzhou, Guangdong, which includes interviews with bloggers Chang Ping 长平, Bei Feng 北风, Tiger Temple 老虎庙, Teng Biao 藤彪, Hu Yong 胡泳,...

Is Web2.0 a Wash for Free Speech in China? – Rebecca MacKinnon

Rebecca MacKinnon gives an update on the current status of the “Internet revolution” in China. From her RConversation blog: Contrary to misperceptions by many outsiders, the situation in China today is not “the people vs. the government.” Chinese people themselves – not only regulatory authorities or people who manage internet and telecoms businesses but also […]

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