The following examples of censorship instructions, issued to the media and/or Internet companies...
Jun 27, 2012
As of June 27, the following search terms are blocked on Weibo (not including the “search for...
Mar 16, 2007
From BBC News: In a one-party state, made up of more than a billion people, there is an awful lot to hide. On any given day in China there may be 200 different protests. Most take place in the countryside, where many feel left behind by China’s economic boom. But the Chinese state works hard […]
Apr 5, 2006
From Time Asia (link): In 1999, officials in the city of Zhongshan decided to tear down a shipyard and replace it with a park. The city, situated across the mouth of the Pearl River from Hong Kong, has a tradition of putting its wealth to good civic use: its tidy streets are adorned with banks […]
CDT in the News
- RFA – China quells COVID protests but memories of mass mobilization will be harder to erase
- Newsweek – Leaked Document Shows China Eyeing Three Key Dates for Protest Crackdown
- In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt (podcast) – What Zero-COVID Protests Mean for China and the World, with guests Xiao Qiang and Michael Beckley
- BBC (Newsday podcast) – Chinese censorship: “A decisive breach of the Big Silence”
- Australian Broadcasting Corporation – After China’s loudest protests in decades, Xi Jinping will be treading extremely carefully as the nation mourns Jiang Zemin