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China’s 50,000 Secret Weapons in the South China Sea: The National Interest

China’s 50,000 Secret Weapons in the South China Sea: The National Interest

While countless gallons of digital ink have been spilled about China’s growing military might and […]

By July 30, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Village democracy shrugs in rural China

Village democracy shrugs in rural China

22 July 2014 Author: Bryan Ho, University of Macau, East Asia Forum Lauded as one […]

By July 25, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Xi’s Anti-corruption Storm, Cleaning or Cleansing?

Xi’s Anti-corruption Storm, Cleaning or Cleansing?

For the new leadership, China has been woefully dirty after more than three decades of […]

By July 19, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

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Blogging China

China Is Ending Its ‘Apartheid.’ Here’s Why No One Is Happy About It

China Is Ending Its ‘Apartheid.’ Here’s Why No One Is Happy About It

China’s longstanding system of hukou, or residential registration, has been much vilified; in April, The Economist even compared it to apartheid. …

By August 1, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Zhou Yongkang: Chinese Media Freed to Touch the Tiger’s Butt

Zhou Yongkang: Chinese Media Freed to Touch the Tiger’s Butt

The announcement of a disciplinary investigation into Zhou Yongkang on Tuesday has unleashed a wave of news content prepared by Chinese media during the months in which his fate was known but unofficial. The permissible angle of coverage has been made clear by propaganda authorities, and lingering censorship online shows that some aspects of the case remain off-limits…

By August 1, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Not Letting a Hundred Flowers Bloom [Updated]

Not Letting a Hundred Flowers Bloom [Updated]

After describing the systematic dismantling of the news website Cenci Journalism Project, deleted from the Internet earlier this month, The Economist looks at how Cenci’s fate fits into the broader crackdown on traditional and new media under the Xi administration: Since Xi Jinping took over as China’s president in March 2013, Chinese journalists have operated under increasingly tighter media restrictions. On July 15th a new directive on journalist press passes barred journalists from releasing any information from interviews or press conferences via social media or mentioning such information at public events without the consent of their employer media organisations…

By July 31, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

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