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China's craziest English-language propaganda videos are made by one mysterious studio

“Hey have you guys heard what’s going on in China?” the narrator begins, in English, with an American accent, in this strangely propagandistic music video. “The  956 more words

The Chinese Communist Party released a video of English speakers praising Xi Jinping

The People’s Daily, the Chinese Communist Party’s official mouthpiece, has released a video of what it calls “international students in Beijing” offering their views on Xi Jinping. 139 more words

Chinese Media and Disaster Response: a Work in Progress

In the wake of the tragic explosions that recently shook the Chinese coastal city of Tianjin, Beijing’s flagship publication the People’s Daily published an online commentary… 223 more words


China: Another Chemical Explosion and Fire Rocks China's Eastern Shandong Province

August 23, 2015 – 4:45AM
By Philip Wen

Rescuers spray hydrogen peroxide at the site of Tianjin warehouse explosion. Photo: ChinaFotoPress/Getty Images

Beijing: An explosion has hit a chemical factory in China’s eastern province of Shandong, just over a week after massive blasts at a chemicals warehouse in Tianjin claimed at least 121 lives. 356 more words

CNN, local Chinese media struggle to report on Tianjin explosion

An original version of this article appeared in Hong Kong Free Press on August 13, 2015:

A CNN reporter was blocked by unidentified men from reporting live on the… 442 more words


A "like" button with cash attached: China's WeChat offers the option to tip writers for posts

The idea of paying for online media content by the piece has been floating around for some time now, but beyond the perennial think-piece and… 462 more words

A snapshot of my final paper

For my final paper, my original instinct is to specifically discuss how reporters deal with fatal crimes, murders and such hard news. My discussion will be about whether certain sensitive details are necessary to be mentioned in the article; how to minimize the harm for victim and victim’s relatives when interviewing them; and how to prevent putting personal emotions towards victims when reporting. 482 more words

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