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2016/10/03 | Edward White

Popular Political Blog Goes Offline in China

Another day, another politically sensitive website disappears in China.

2016/10/16 | Rachael Buckland

Reporting Migration: Big Challenges for Old and New Media

There is undoubtedly strong consumer appetite for the stories about refugees and asylum seekers.

2016/10/12 | Matthew Fulco

NCC to Revise Controversial Convergent Law Draft

New laws would replace Taiwan's existing Radio and Television Act, Satellite Broadcasting Act, Cable Television Act and Telecommunications Act.

2016/11/30 |

The Time is Now for Marketers to Engage with VR

Some brands appear to be at a loss for where to start with virtual reality.

2016/10/13 | Malaysiakini

Malaysia Cautioned on Copying Singapore Internet Control Model

'It is not just incumbent upon Malaysians but also companies such as Google, Facebook and Yahoo!'

2016/09/26 | J. Michael Cole

OP-ED: For Taiwan, the Sun Doesn’t Rise and Set with China

Only when the international community stops looking at Taiwan through the China lens will those motivations be fully understood.

2017/08/19 | Oiwan Lam

Reporter Criticized after River Water Stunt in China

In a highly criticized stunt, a Chinese reporter drinks river water to prove It's clean.

2017/08/20 | Jack Hu

The New Action Flick Taking Chinese Nationalism to a New Level

The record-breaking action movie ‘Wolf Warriors 2′ takes Chinese nationalism to a new Level, writes Jack Hu.

2015/12/16 | TNL香港編輯

China Holds One-Fourth of the Imprisoned Journalists Worldwide

This year, the total number of imprisoned journalists in the world is 199 and a quarter of them are in China. Daily Mail reports, currently China has imprisoned 49 journalists. This is a record high since the Committee to Protect Journalists started the annual report in 1990.

2016/10/17 | Malaysiakini

'Red Shirts' Violence Extends to Journalists in Malaysia

'Hands off our journalists', media organizations say after violence on the weekend.

2017/01/16 | Michael Beltran

'Are You Not Entertained?' Filipino Film Project Tackles Violence as Entertainment

Have we wanted this type of entertainment all along? Is our thirst for violent entertainment getting out of hand? Have we been betrayed by the television and internet media in the long run?

2017/09/04 | Milton Osborne

Cambodia's Hun Sen Cracks Down on Press Ahead of Elections

So while the CPP rails against its ‘enemies’ and seeks to redress the balance of youth support that was evident in the 2013 elections, it has to confront what still seems the unlikely possibility that next year it could lose.

2016/06/29 | J. Michael Cole

Is China Really That Irritable?

According to the narrative created by international media, Beijing is so obsessed with Taiwan that it is constantly ‘infuriated’ by it.

2017/01/04 | Yuan-ling Liang

CHOCOLABS, a Taiwan Startup Success Story

Ten questions with the co-founder of Taiwan's successful app developer CHOCOLABS.

2017/01/17 | Keith Menconi

INTERVIEW: Viral Video Blogger on Busting Japan's Sex, Racism and Gender Myths

YouTuber 'That Japanese Man Yuta,' with view counts numbering in the hundreds of thousands, is working to fill the void left by the international media's sweeping coverage of Japanese society.

2017/09/13 | Mong Palatino

Free Media Fighting to Stay Alive in Cambodia amid Hun Sen's Latest Crackdown

One daily newspaper, two foreign media services and three local radio stations are among those under threat.

2016/07/05 | J. Michael Cole

Top Chinese Official Calls for Greater Cooperation with Taiwan Media

Given the state of the media in China today, any closer cooperation with its highly censored and propagandistic news outlets would be suicidal for would-be partners.

2016/12/31 | Edward White

Taiwan to be Tested in 2017: President Tsai

Tsai Ing-wen today held her first major briefing and Q&A with the foreign press in Taipei.