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2020/04/10 | Daphne K. Lee

Animal Crossing Disappeared From Stores in China

China quietly removed Animal Crossing from the shelves overnight, prompting netizen outrage.

2019/12/05 | The Interpreter

How Much Influence Do Confucius Institutes Have in Australia?

Properly examining the allegations against Confucius Institutes will allow Australia to assess more credible threats of China’s foreign influence.

2019/03/26 | TIME

China Cuts Nearly 2 Minutes of LGBT Content From Bohemian Rhapsody

Moviegoers were left confused by censorship in the Chinese release of Bohemian Rhapsody.

2019/03/04 | Global Voices

Banned From WeChat: Huawei, ZTE, 'Amazing China' and 'Salted Fish'

Don't talk about Meng Wanzhou, don't talk about the US ban on ZTE, don't call Huawei a 'demon's mirror.'

2019/01/18 | Policy Forum

China's Fourth Wave of Feminism: Despite Censorship, #MeToo Perseveres

Feminism has a long history in China, but #MeToo has met a wall of state and societal censorship.

2018/12/20 | Nick Aspinwall

Unpacking the Swift Chinese Netizen Clapback to Lil Pump's Racist Song

When Chinese netizens slide past censors to air their grievances, they're key cogs in a massive and well-oiled outrage machine.

2018/11/05 | Global Voices

After Fan Bingbing & Meng Hongwei, Nobody Is Safe in Xi Jinping's China

Both the starlet and the cop are victims of Xi's newest repression tactic: liuzhi, or retention in custody.

2018/10/18 | Stellina Chen

CARTOON: Google's Dragonfly Buzzes Behind Great Firewall

The company that once said it wouldn't be evil has publicly touted its plans to launch a censored search engine in China.

2018/07/25 | Global Voices

Fear and Censorship in China Following Latest Vaccine Scandal

The low-quality vaccines have not been shown to harm anyone, but citizens are outraged as another scandal has rocked China's pharmaceutical companies. And internet censors are out in full force.

2018/03/26 | TJ Ting

OPINION: The CCP's Greatest Fear Is That Taiwan Does Not Fear Them

The main purpose of Chinese censorship isn’t to keep the truth from being exposed, but to maintain an unquestioning attitude to authority.