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China’s longest-surviving — and very illegal — LGBT magazine

Beijing-based GS began as a listings and lifestyle magazine geared toward the gay community before evolving into a respected outlet…

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A bald-faced lie from New Zealand’s biggest Chinese newspaper

Established in 1863, the New Zealand Herald has the highest circulation of any newspaper in the country. In 2015, the…

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Chinese state media editorials, written by no one ever

What happens when you find your name attached to an editorial you didn’t write, expressing an opinion that isn’t yours?…

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Hong Kong free speech: ‘The red line has been clearly drawn’

Last Friday, I said that press freedom in Hong Kong died, with the expulsion of Financial Times journalist Victor Mallet,…

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Experts doubt Chinese chip-hacking story

Last week, Bloomberg Businessweek wrote a bombshell report alleging that U.S. federal investigators had found sabotaged hardware built in China…

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Why state media fails to make China look good

In yesterday’s Access newsletter (paywall), we looked at the case of the slapping CCTV worker: China’s central state broadcaster CCTV…

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Chinese state media now considered foreign agents in U.S.

The Wall Street Journal reports (paywall) that the American Department of Justice has “in recent weeks told Xinhua News Agency and…

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How is Chinese media reacting to the trade war?

China Daily published a photo montage to defend free trade. What are other Chinese media saying about the ongoing…

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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 lacked the necessary…

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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 spread of misinformation, China is…

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China gears up to better project its image abroad — and control its message at home

Three separate developments, all happening on the heels of a major government restructuring plan, show that the Communist Party of…

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Sinica Podcast: ‘Critical’ journalism in China, explained by Maria Repnikova

This week’s Sinica Podcast is now live: listen to it now! Outside observers typically view China’s media as utterly shackled…

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A Chinese newspaper in America

Beijing’s effort to expand its soft power overseas through its official media outlets, such as CCTV in America, are well known,…

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Here are all the words Chinese state media has banned

A full translation of the style guide update from Xinhua, and why it matters.

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Chinese state media asks: Is there nepotism in the White House?

Top China news for April 4, 2017. Get this daily digest delivered to your inbox by signing up at supchina.com/subscribe.

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