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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.

2016/10/13 | 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!'

2016/10/12 | 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.

2016/10/03 | Edward White

Popular Political Blog Goes Offline in China

Another day, another politically sensitive website disappears in China.

2016/09/30 | Ming-yeh T. Rawnsley

Taiwan’s Media: More Reforms Needed

Taiwan’s media is in need of appropriate legislation to boost investment in quality local programming and to curtail media monopolies.

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.

2016/09/20 | J. Michael Cole

OP-ED: China the Twelve Year Old

For far too long we have allowed the tyrant child to determine our actions. This must stop. We must stop fearing it.

2016/09/13 | Edward White

OP-ED: Thinning China News Options as SCMP Chinese Edition Falls

While questions remain over what was behind the surprise closure of the South China Morning Post’s Chinese-language website, the move is a major blow for China’s news audience.

2016/09/13 | Chublic Opinion

Sex, Lies and Wang Baoqiang

Inadvertently, by displaying his flawed marriage to millions of viewers, 'dumb root' poses a not so dumb ethical conundrum that proves challenging for a society constantly renegotiating the borderline between private autonomy and the collective purpose as a community.

2016/09/07 | Jessie Yang

Under the Dome: Why Was It First Praised but Later Censored by Beijing?

The ultimate fate of a hugely popular documentary in China shows the limits of press freedom amid the marketization of the media.

2016/08/31 | J. Michael Cole

OP-ED: China’s Censorship Rules Reach New Level of Absurdity

The CCP’s gradual descent into regulatory madness suggests that it is losing its grip on reality and on the people whom it seeks to control.

2016/08/23 | Edward White

China’s Latest Website Rules Shows Beijing is ‘Re-Centralizing News’

China’s move to tighten control of online news portals is just the latest effort by Beijing to assert party dominance over original news and other content.

2016/08/15 | Yuan-ling Liang

OPINION: Hope in Taiwan’s New Media Landscape

‘Complaining is not enough...People should refuse to read junk.’

2016/08/13 | Sally Xiaojin Chen

Xi Ramps Up Crackdown on Chinese Media – Online and Off

With the CCP’s confidence growing and its control getting ever more assertive, there is no telling just how far President Xi will go.

2016/08/05 | Yuan-ling Liang

Are Chinese Cram Schools Teaching People How to be North Korean Defectors?

Two cram schools in China are reportedly teaching people to be North Korean defectors to gain refugee status in Europe.

2016/07/25 | Edward White

Beijing Shuts Down Investigative, Political Online News Programs

Beijing has banned original reporting in online news programs in what many commentators see as the latest move to restrict political dissent in China.

2016/07/25 | Chublic Opinion

Flood Buffer: The Changing Currents of a National Story

What were the Chinese reading about while the massive downpour in early July was paralyzing towns and cities along the Yangtze? Pigs.

2016/07/18 | Edward White

Japanese-American Actress Apologizes to 'Everyone in China' for Instagram ‘Like’

'I was accused of posing offensively in front of a flag. I would also like to confirm, absolutely, that I am not in the picture.'