Posts Tagged ‘ Chinese media ’

Stuck in the Middle

Feb 15th, 2017 | By
Stuck in the Middle This should be a golden era of reporting — but according to media analyst Qiao Mu there is very little Chinese media can talk about outside of finance, entertainment and titillating international stories (like that of spiritual guru Wang Lin, pictured at left with Alibaba's Jack Ma).


Hot Peppers for a New China

Jul 14th, 2016 | By
Hot Peppers for a New China Over the past two years, President Xi Jinping has talked a lot about "innovation" in the media, including the innovation of control. But media innovation is as old as the hills.


The how and why of the Tianjin blasts

Aug 18th, 2015 | By
The how and why of the Tianjin blasts Ying Chan and Karen Zhang of the Journalism & Media Studies Centre run down some of the important early coverage of the Tianjin explosions done by Chinese journalists.


China’s unspeakable consensus

Jul 29th, 2015 | By
China’s unspeakable consensus A Chinese online publication published an investigative series on the ills caused by China's controversial Three Gorges Dam. The series was killed in under 7 hours.


China quietly gives global news awards

Oct 28th, 2014 | By
China quietly gives global news awards Plans for the 2014 World Media Summit have been scrapped, but the first global journalism awards have gone ahead.