At The Atlantic, Matt Schiavenza describes the valuable work of foreign media organizations’...
by Josh Rudolph | Jul 10, 2014
The Chinalawtranslate Community Translation Project has translated the recently announced State...
by Sophie Beach | May 22, 2010
The following blog post was written by blogger Caomin, who says he is a college student in the interior of China. According to him, it is a transcript of a conversation between him and an officer of the Domestic Security...
by Liu Yong | Apr 16, 2008
From RFA: A Beijing-based news researcher for The New York Times and cutting-edge Chinese investigative reporter has called for greater press freedom in China following his release from a three-year jail term. “There is not...
by Wu Nan | Sep 14, 2007
Zhao Yan (ËµµÂ≤©), the Chinese journalist jailed in 2004 while working for the New York Times is expected to be freed this weekend. Zhao was charged for revealing
by Sophie Beach | Sep 14, 2007
by Wu Nan | Dec 8, 2006
China, which jails more journalists than any other nation, is challenging the view that information on the Internet is impossible to control, and the implications for press
by Wu Nan | Dec 3, 2006
Press freedom got a new — but temporary — boost in China yesterday when the government announced that it would allow foreign journalists greater
by Xiao Qiang | Nov 30, 2006
A Beijing appeals court on Friday upheld a fraud conviction against a Chinese researcher for The New York Times in a ruling that means he will probably remain
by Mo Ming | Nov 3, 2006
by Michael Zhao | Oct 5, 2006
by Xiao Qiang | Oct 3, 2006
by Michael Zhao | Sep 4, 2006
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