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To earn points on China’s little red app, I downloaded a cheat tool from GitHub

It’s only been less than two months since the release…

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The Chinese scientist and the foreign tongue

For generations of Chinese scientists, the cultivating of a foreign tongue was not only a tool…

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Kuora: Breaking the Great Firewall

This week’s column comes from one of Kaiser’s answers originally posted to Quora on January 12, 2015.

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Even propagandist Eric X. Li falls victim to a new censorship campaign

The National Internet Information Office of China, the country’s top cyber authority, has launched yet another crackdown against online expression,…

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Kuora: Censorship of American tech companies in China, and the question of reciprocity

This week’s column comes from one of Kaiser’s answers originally posted to Quora on January 25, 2018:

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Re-education camps in China’s ‘no-rights zone’ for Muslims: What everyone needs to know

Adem yoq — “Everybody’s gone.”  A human rights atrocity is unfolding in western China, where the “entire…

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Reddit blocked in China

The “front page of the internet” becomes latest site to fall behind the Great Firewall.  

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‘Christopher Robin’ denied release in China because of…Winnie the Pooh?

Last week, Disney’s Christopher Robin was reported to have been denied a theatrical release in China, the…

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Will Google search actually return to China?

A day after news leaked that a secret, censored version of Google’s search engine for Android phones was…

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Leaked docs: Google building a censored search engine for China, plans launch early next year

Since last December, when Google CEO Sundar Pichai

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Who is allowed to report the news in China?

Earlier this month, Shanghai-based Q Daily was ordered to halt producing works of original journalism because it…

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Chinese Corner: The decline of investigative journalism, slut-shaming of sexual assault victims, and students’ organizations

The decline of investigative reporting in China 深度调查行业的兴衰 By 楚团长 | 饭统戴老板 July 23, 2018 In March 2010, investigative journalist…

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Inside the Chinese censorship rabbit hole

On Chinese social media, Xi Jinping, ejaculation jokes, and the Relevant Organs parody Twitter account…

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Internal memo reveals tighter regulations on Chinese films and television dramas

Censorship of Chinese films and TV programs has been bad recently,…

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Peking University vs. Yue Xin: The fight continues as Chinese censors go into overdrive

Preparing to celebrate two round-year anniversaries — 120 years since its founding and 40 years since the return of…

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