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China’s Dirty Web

You’ve likely not heard of Zhina Wiki, Esu Wiki, or a slew of other 4chan-like forums in China that were…

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China’s digital imperialism: Shaping the global internet

William Chalk argues that China seeks to change the global internet to suit its authoritarian ends. Its timing couldn’t be…

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Chinese people don’t like smart speakers

The South China Morning Post’s new publication, Abacus, has released its 2018 China Internet Report, and a short summary of…

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WHO says gaming addiction is a disease: Will China’s dodgy internet detox clinics reap the benefit?

Gaming addiction is now officially classified as a mental health condition by the World Health Organization (WHO). This is good news…

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13 simple, heartwarming photos from the Chinese internet

The year 2017, on the whole, has been sort of crummy. But even so, displays of kindness and generosity have not…

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Global internet leaders kiss the ring in Wuzhen

In the fall of 2014, China organized its first World Internet Conference in Wuzhen, a picturesque town of stone houses and…

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Lines of fracture in Chinese public opinion: A conversation with Ma Tianjie

Three controversial topics — murder-suicide, celebrity divorce and patriotic fervor — have recently ignited debates on Chinese social media that illuminate…

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Clay Shirky on tech and the internet in China

The internet expert and author of "Here Comes Everybody" gives his take on China's successes and challenges in the online…

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Rogier Creemers on cyber Leninism and the political culture of the Chinese internet

Rogier Creemers, post-doctoral fellow at Oxford and an expert on the governance of the Chinese internet, discusses politics and online…

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The extremes of Chinese media, plus Chinese internet humor

Jeremy Goldkorn and David Moser sit down with two journalists, Brook Larmer and Christina Larson, to discuss the radicalization of…

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