David Bandurski

David is the editor of the China Media Project website and a frequent commentator on Chinese media. His writings have appeared in Far Eastern Economic Review, the Wall Street Journal, Index on Censorship, the South China Morning Post and other publications. He received a Human Rights Press Award in 2007 for an investigative piece for the Far Eastern Economic Review on China’s use of professional associations to enforce Internet censorship guidelines. David was also co-recipient of a Merit Prize in Commentary in 2006.


5 Comments to “David Bandurski”

  1. MPR says:

    Sorry. I looked up “Far Eastern Economic Review China’s use of professional associations to enforce Internet censorship guidelines bandurski” but did not find it–and thought it would be a good idea to update the link anyway, for future admirers. Reading now…. MPR

  2. D.Bell says:

    It’s good to know that someone is doing this kind of research. This type of reporting is rare. keep up the good work-and tell Jon hi-

  3. MPR:

    That’s easily explained . . . The piece was pushed behind the WSJ’s subscription pay wall after the Far Eastern Economic Review site was absorbed into WSJ.com last year.

    You might have found it anyhow with very minimal, painless Google searching. In any case, I’ve fixed the links for you.


  4. MPR says:

    And yet the link above is dead. Would Mr. Bandurski be so kind as to make the piece available?

  5. King Tubby says:

    CMP is excelling itself at the moment. Great work in very interesting Sino- times.

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