China’s Online Meddling Goes Beyond the Great Firewall

The Interpreter

Supporting the human rights movement in China should include fostering a fact-based Chinese-language information environment in which activists can get reliable news and analysis.


Coronavirus Furthers Chinese-Style Internet Censorship in Singapore

Xiaochen Su

Singapore's use of its anti-misinformation law resembles Chinese-style censorship.


Taiwan Pushes Back Against Coronavirus Disinformation

Daphne K. Lee

Disgruntled Chinese netizens are suspected to spread disinformation on the novel coronavirus outbreak status in Taiwan.


Notepad++ and GitHub Are the Latest Victims of Chinese Internet Trolls

Daniel Kao

GitHub, a generally apolitical platform for developers to discuss and collaborate on engineering projects, has fallen victim to Chinese internet trolls due to a Notepad++ update named "Free Uyghur."


State Propaganda Tops Cat Videos on Chinese Social Media Platforms

The Interpreter

Chinese youth don't always pay attention to traditional media outlets like CCTV, but their frequently used digital platforms are now filled with state propaganda tailored based on their user data.


3 Things We Learned From the 936 Banned Chinese Twitter Accounts

TNL Staff

Twitter recently removed 936 China-linked accounts in a disinformation crackdown — let's take a look at how the internet army behaves.


ANALYSIS: Tracking Disinformation, Trust and Security in Taiwan

Roy Ngerng

Taiwan's battle against disinformation opens the door to familiar questions about the importance of freedom vs. security.


ANALYSIS: Taking the Measure of China's Meddling in Taiwan's Local Elections

Taiwan Insight

The real question is, which new strategies did China use ahead of the Nov. 24 polls, and to what extend were they successful?


'Red Flag River': How the Media Falsely Hypes Up Dubious PRC Threats

China Brief

Remember that story about China diverting water from Himalayan glaciers to Xinjiang? About that...

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