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State Media

Is Xinhua shifting focus of Hong Kong message to domestic audience?

Pictured: Carrie Lam, December 3 (Xinhua) As far as I know, yesterday was the first time in the last six…

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State media today: The Global Times snarls about Xinjiang

All central state media today highlight the arrival of general secretary Xí Jìnpíng 习近平 in Portugal “for a two-day state…

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State media today — meeting notes and mockery

Central state media today continued to focus on celebrations of 40 years of economic reform: Xi presides over 5th meeting…

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State media plays down Abe’s visit, plays up reform

Xinhua News Agency features a few stories about Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to Beijing on its English and Chinese websites, but…

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A very big bridge — state media today

“Xi announces opening of Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge” is the celebratory Xinhua story run by all central state media today: in…

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The People’s Daily on the glories of private enterprise

Here’s a roundup of today’s top stories in central state media. I don’t say this often, but I actually enjoyed…

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Adding oil and fighting poverty — state media today

“Xí Jìnpíng 习近平 — Unswervingly pursue targets, add oil, and fight as hard as possible to win the fight against…

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Chinese state media proclaims Beijing a staunch defender of free trade

When I was a boy, Communists were communists and Americans were free traders. I would not have imagined the Chinese…

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Chengdu to Lhasa by train — state media today

Xinhua News Agency’s Chinese website today leads with an article titled “Xi Jinping presided over the third meeting of the Central…

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State media today: still snoozing

It’s still holiday time at central state media organizations in Beijing, so the top stories are mostly recycled pabulum. Xinhua…

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Top state media stories today

Beijing is still snoozing through the National Day weeklong holiday, and state media editors are not doing any overtime. Here…

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‘China has me’ — today in state media

China is still in slow-down mode for the National Day holiday, and state media editors are taking it easy, too.…

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