Articles by JMSC authors

2017

22 March  Nikkei Asian Review: Trump’s North Korea credibility crisis, by Keith Richburg

21 March  Artsy: The 10 Best Booths at Art Central Hong Kong, by Vivienne Chow

21 March – The Wall Street Journal: The U.S. Is Preparing to Charge Financier Jho Low in Malaysian 1MDB Scandal, co-written by Tom Wright

21 March – Hong Kong Free Press: Will this phrase represent the legacy of Chinese leader Xi Jinping?, by David Bandurski

16 March – Variety: Hong Kong’s TVB Targeting New Revenues With OTT Platform, Productions, by Vivienne Chow

16 March – South China Morning Post: Hong Kong Canto-pop duo Tat Ming Pair making headlines ahead of 30th anniversary shows, by Vivienne Chow

14 March – Variety: FilMart: Hong Kong to Build More Cinemas, by Vivienne Chow

13 March – South China Morning Post: Hong Kong shopping malls hope more arts events will boost business, by Vivienne Chow

13 March – Variety: China Should Persist With Co-Productions, Say Experts, by Vivienne Chow

13 March – Variety: FilMart: SIL-Metropole Sets Hong Kong Slate as China’s Cinema Savior, by Vivienne Chow

12 March – Hong Kong Free Press: Better transparency needed to protect privacy and free speech in cyberspace, by Benjamin Zhou

11 March – Hong Kong Free Press: A quick (QR) scan of China’s annual National People’s Congress, by David Bandurski

4 March – South China Morning Post: Trump’s media war: straight from the playbook of communist China, by Keith Richburg

24 February – The New York Times: What Is VX Nerve Agent? A Deadly Weapon, Rarely Seen, by Gerry Doyle

23 February  Nieman Reports: Will the Trump White House Defend Press Freedom Abroad?by Keith Richburg

17 February – The Interpreter: Democracy won’t be the winner in Hong Kong election, by Vivienne Chow

14 February  Nikkei Asian Review: Flynn resignation adds to chaos in Trump White House, by Keith Richburg

13 February – Variety: Theater-Goers in China Continue to Embrace Movies From Hong Kong, by Vivienne Chow

4 February – Hong Kong Free Press: The top 10 Weibo posts on international affairs censored by China in 2016, by the Weiboscope team

3 February  Nikkei Asian Review: ‘Abduction’ threatens Hong Kong role as financial haven, by Keith Richburg

16 January  Nikkei Asian Review: Obama’s fraught foreign policy legacy in Asia, by Keith Richburg

15 January  Artsy: Eyeing Recession, Art Stage Singapore Asks If Current Art Fair Model Can Survive, by Vivienne Chow

8 January  The Guardian: Hong Kong’s ‘villain hitters’ use sorcery to vent political anger, co-written by Eric Cheung (BJ, 2018)

3 January – SupChina: Cashing in on dystopia, by David Bandurski

2016

29 December  U.S. News and World Report: In Hong Kong, a Model for Aging with Grace, by Shen Xinmei (MJ, 2016–17)

19 December  Nikkei Asian Review: New China policy may give Trump and the US an early win, by Keith Richburg

19 December – South China Morning Post: Hong Kong bamboo climbing frame project aims to change how children play, by Marianne Bray

14 December – SupChina: When a typo is no laughing matter, by David Bandurski

2 December – Wiley Online Library: Information Overload, Similarity, and Redundancy: Unsubscribing Information Sources on Twitter, co-written by King-wa Fu

29 November – Quartz: Duterte the hero! Filipinos working abroad say they’re coming home to a better Philippines, co-written by Therese Reyes (MJ, 2016–17)

15 November  The Guardian: ‘We did nothing wrong’: banned Hong Kong politician on oath-taking protest, co-written by Eric Cheung (BJ, 2018)

8 November  The Guardian: Hong Kong: lawyers and activists march against Beijing ‘meddling’, co-written by Eric Cheung (BJ, 2018)

25 October – Quartz: The youngest woman ever to be elected to Hong Kong’s legislature is being targeted with sexual slurs, by Tom Tsui  (BJ, 2018)

10 October  Nikkei Asian Review: Depressing US election takes a tawdry turn, by Keith Richburg

5 October  The Guardian: Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong attacks Thailand after being barred ‘at China’s request’, co-written by Eric Cheung (BJ, 2018)

3 October – Hong Kong Free Press: The End of Consensus: More trouble for substantive discussion in China as another website is shut down, by David Bandurski

28 September  Nikkei Asian Review: Debate loser Trump may yet surprise, by Keith Richburg

28 September  The Guardian: ‘Independence is not an option’: meet the star of Hong Kong’s pro-Beijing party, co-written by Eric Cheung (BJ, 2018)

26 September – The New York Times: Hong Kong and the Realities of China’s Rise, by Yuen Ying Chan

26 September  The Guardian: Screened out? Film charting Hong Kong’s umbrella movement struggles to be seenby Eric Cheung (BJ, 2018)

22 September – Hong Kong Free Press: Making a clean sweep in China’s ‘democracy village’ of Wukan, by David Bandurski

16 September – Hong Kong Free Press: Wukan, China: The ‘Civilised Village’ that rose up, by David Bandurski

12 September – Quartz: 2,500 sailors and one performance artist are stranded at sea after a Korean shipping giant’s collapse, co-written by Kevin Lau

6 September – Hong Kong Free Press: What Hong Kong election?, by David Bandurski

26 August The Guardian: ‘Liberate Hong Kong’: pre-election calls for independence from China grow, co-written by Eric Cheung (BJ, 2018)

24 August Hong Kong Free Press: An unholy marriage? How Xi’s China is seeking to combine media control and innovation, by David Bandurski

18 August Nikkei Asian Review: Ignorance vs. malice: comparing racism in Asia and the US, by Keith Richburg

4 August – Nikkei Asian Review: Asia faces big changes, whoever wins the White House, by Keith Richburg