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China’s alleged supply chain hack: Explaining the controversy around Bloomberg’s ‘Big Hack’ reporting

The smoking gun may be out there, or Bloomberg may be chasing ghosts. Either way, the damage…

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Xinjiang, and a journalist expelled from China

Yesterday, BuzzFeed’s Beijing bureau chief, Megha Rajagopalan, tweeted: It is bittersweet to leave Beijing after spending six…

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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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Reflections of a Chinese reporter in foreign media

Illustration by Hannah Bae and Adam Oelsner / @eatdrinkdraw “I’m exiting journalism bearing no illusions that press…

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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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Introducing: The NüVoices Podcast! Episode 1: News assistants in China

SupChina is proud to present the NüVoices podcast! In this debut episode, hosts Alice Xin Liu and Joanna Chiu interview two…

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Zlatan’s $100 Million China Offer and Man U’s Chinese ‘Fans’…? Don’t Believe Everything You Read

The China Sports Column is a SupChina weekly feature in which China Sports Insider Mark Dreyer looks at the week that…

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Journalists worry about the South China Morning Post

In 2015, Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba announced that it would purchase the…

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How ‘self-media’ in China has become a hub for misinformation

Illustration by Hannah Bae / @eatdrinkdraw   As Facebook and Twitter attempt to combat the…

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BBC China editor quits over unequal pay

The BBC reports on its own troubles: “The BBC‘s China…

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No, 10,000 were not killed in China’s 1989 Tiananmen crackdown

At least 10,000 people were killed in Tiananmen Square in…

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South Korean journalists beaten in Beijing despite ‘new start’ with China

South Korea has issued a demand for a formal apology after security guards at a trade event blocked a group…

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Have you tipped a Chinese journalist today? A PR professional explains why companies in China do

Today is Journalists’ Day in China, a holiday established by the Chinese State Council in 2000. As a…

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Journalism professor’s resignation note goes viral

On May 25, Xia Qiong 夏琼, who served as head of Journalism at the School of Journalism and…

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