Posts Tagged ‘ David Bandurski ’

A Quick Scan at the NPC

Mar 6th, 2017 | By
A Quick Scan at the NPC China’s annual National People’s Congress (NPC) is one of the country’s biggest news events of the year. But restrictions on substantive reporting about policies can mean, paradoxically, a slow news week for Chinese media. Here’s one of this week’s first distraction stories.


CCP paper: protests are “blackmail”

Oct 15th, 2014 | By
CCP paper: protests are “blackmail” A front page editorial in the People's Daily voices unqualified support for Hong Kong's embattled chief executive, CY Leung.


China: Hong Kong protests “catastrophic”

Oct 13th, 2014 | By
China: Hong Kong protests “catastrophic” Unsurprisingly, China's coverage of Hong Kong protests today remains sparse, emphasizing the "chaotic" disruption of normal life.


Control, on the shores of China’s dream

May 22nd, 2013 | By
Control, on the shores of China’s dream An official CCP journal warns all media must support the leadership with "positive" public opinion to support the "China Dream."


A keen reader, hoping for more and better

Oct 15th, 2012 | By
A keen reader, hoping for more and better The launch of Hong Kong's iSun Affairs is an exciting development in professional Chinese journalism. But the magazine's editors will need to keep their cool if they are to serve as examples to other journalists and media in China