Posts Tagged ‘ Ying Chan ’

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.


Elections in Taiwan set the bar for China

Jan 17th, 2012 | By
Elections in Taiwan set the bar for China Presidential elections in Taiwan over the weekend were significant for cross-straits relations, not just because the candidate Beijing favored was victorious -- but because the democratic process was actively observed by mainland Chinese.


Reading behind Wen’s remarks on reform

Sep 23rd, 2011 | By
Reading behind Wen’s remarks on reform Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao calls for political reform again, but this year official media handle the story differently. That may be significant.


What changes in Egypt mean for China

Feb 23rd, 2011 | By
What changes in Egypt mean for China The answer to longer-term stability in China is starting the political reform process at the top, writes Ying Chan.


Big 2010 stories hushed, but not forgotten

Jan 10th, 2011 | By
Big 2010 stories hushed, but not forgotten China has put a lid on media lists of top journalistic work in 2010. But good journalism won't be so easily forgotten, says Ying Chan.