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A New Generation of Journalists in China Face the Same Censorship, Despite New Technology
Despite the emergence of a new generation of talented reporters and a radical transformation into the digital age, mass media in China across the board are still firmly controlled and ...
February 3, 2018
Hong Kong Reporter Goes Undercover on Mainland ‘Brainwashing Tour’
A reporter from the Hong Kong newspaper Apple Daily recently went undercover as a university student to attend ...
August 16, 2012
Hong Kong Reporter Beaten After Gu Kailai’s Trial
The day after the high-profile trial of Gu Kailai, the wife of disgraced Party official Bo Xilai, a ...
August 13, 2012
Chinese Newspaper Shut Down Over Flood Reporting… or Was it?
In China, reports of a newspaper being shut down and censored changed to "rumors" days later.
August 9, 2012
China’s Disqualified Badminton Players Criticized by State-Run Media
Yu Yang and Wang Xiaoli, the Chinese badminton players who tried to lose a preliminary match at the ...
August 6, 2012
Hong Kong Paper Kowtowing to Beijing, Say Journalists
Journalists express concern that the Post has been increasingly culling important China-related news and replacing Western journalists with ...
July 24, 2012
Chinese Garbage Collector: Party Newspapers Treated Like Junk Mail
Jiao Guobiao told NTD Television that communist state-run organizations are often required to subscribe to the Party’s media.
July 17, 2012
American TV Drama ‘The Newsroom’ a Hit in China
The HBO drama series 'The Newsroom' appears to have stirred up criticism and resentment against the Chinese communist ...
July 6, 2012
Taiwan Citizen Accused of Conspiring to Tell Truth in China
A Taiwanese engineer who took a quick three-day trip across the strait to southern China now faces the ...
June 27, 2012
Chinese Regime’s Tug-of-War Over Free Speech
While China’s Premier demands more “truth telling,” the Central Propaganda Department tightens its grip on media.
June 19, 2012
Chinese Media Extort Companies Issuing IPOs
Chinese companies are informally required to buy advertising space in the four state-run financial newspapers, or risk being ...
June 13, 2012
Why Al Jazeera Was Expelled from China
Why, after years of friendship, Al Jazeera became the Chinese regime’s enemy.
May 21, 2012
The Chinese Media’s Selective Reporting
The state-controlled Chinese media is known for selective coverage of news to suit the interests of the Chinese ...
November 14, 2011
Sparks from Chinese Media, Extinguished, Remain as Embers
Often docile, newspapers in China have become the center of controversy over hard-hitting investigations challenging the Chinese regime.
January 21, 2011
CCTV Survey Results Highly Questionable, Netizens Say
CCTV (China's mouthpiece) releases a survey which has scholars and netizens alike saying it's public manipulation.
January 20, 2011
Tibet Independence Activists Could be Shot in Earthquake Zone
A soldier has told The Epoch Times that Tibetan independence activists in the quake area could be shot.
April 21, 2010
China’s CCTV Suspected of Staging Mine Rescue
Speculations are running rampant that the “miracle” rescue of 115 trapped miners was staged.
April 13, 2010
Epoch Times Staff
Ming Pao Daily Closes Western U.S. Edition
Soon after the closure of its eastern U.S. edition, Ming Pao is now folding its western U.S. operations.
February 17, 2009
Chinese State Media Admit Widespread Protests in China
On January 5, the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) Xinhua.net unexpectedly published an article entitled “2009 Will Be a ...
January 12, 2009
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