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04.17.2014

Ai Weiwei’s Reach Draws New Yorkers’ Attention to Free Speech

Kim Wall

“Ai Weiwei retweeted me!” exclaimed a young blonde woman, laughing and waving her iPhone in the air with excitement.

Features

03.21.2014

Punching a Hole in the Great Firewall

Jeff South

In January, when the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists published its exposé of the use of offshore tax ha

Viewpoint

03.13.2014

How Chinese Internet Censorship Works, Sometimes

Jason Q. Ng

Earlier this week, Chinese Internet services blocked searches for the phrase mìshū bāng (秘书帮).

Media

03.01.2014

China’s Oscar Challenge

Jonathan Landreth

On January 3, the film critics of The New York Times published their Oscar nominations wish list.

Media

02.21.2014

How the Internet and Social Media Are Transforming China

Shazeda Ahmed

“The Internet has radically transformed China,” said Emily Parker, author of the book

Culture

02.21.2014

Stranger Than Fiction

Zhang Xiaoran

In the short twenty years since Yu Hua, a fifty-three-year-old former dentist, has been writing, China has undergone change enough for many lifetimes.

01.06.2014

Will Xi Jinping Bring a Positive New Day to China?

Paul Mooney, Andrew J. Nathan, Orville Schell, Edward Friedman, Robert Kapp, The Editors

Chinese President Xi Jinping, just over a year in office, recently made a rare appearance in public in a Beijing restaurant, buying a cheap lunch and paying for it hims

Culture

12.19.2013

Chinese Literature Online

Michel Hockx

In July of last year, Brixton, U.K.-based novelist Zelda Rhiando won the inaugural Kidwell-e Ebook Award.

Blog

12.07.2013

Will China Shut Out the Foreign Press?

The Editors, Winston Lord, Paul Mooney, Ron Javers, Bill Bishop, Andrew J. Nathan, Perry Link, Jeremy Goldkorn, Chen Weihua, Orville Schell

Some two dozen journalists employed by The New York Times and Bloomberg News have not yet received the visas they need to continue to report and live in China after the end of this year.

Media

11.25.2013

Former Committee to Protect Journalists Honoree Says Bloomberg Chief Should Not Chair Press Freedom Dinner

Emily Brill

A prominent Hong Kong-based journalist has called on Daniel Doctoroff, Chief Executive Officer of Bloomberg L.P., to step down from his role as chairman of the Committee to Protect Journalists’ (CPJ) annual

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