11 March 2016

Chinese media more versatile than authorities aim for, JMSC director says

Despite the efforts of President Xi Jinping to control public discourse in China ever more tightly, the media ecosystem in China is diverse and contentious, with companies such as Alibaba and Tencent expanding their presence […]
26 August 2015

Book Launch: Dragons in Diamond Village at the Fringe Club on November 3

The Fringe Club will be hosting a book launch event for Dragons in Diamond Village, David Bandurski of the China Media Project’s new book. Tickets from the Hong Kong International Literary Festival are available here: […]
23 November 2012

JMSC Series Unlocks Political Jargon in China

China’s political battles are complicated affairs, waged largely behind the scenes between flesh-and-blood Party leaders with their own, competing agendas. But the language of China’s Party politics – the script that emerges from this backstage […]
22 November 2012

Nov 26: Public Lecture – The 18th Party Congress and Prospects for Political Reform in China

Qian Gang, currently director of the China Media Project, is a veteran Chinese journalist and the author of The Great Tangshan Earthquake. In this talk, Mr. Qian will share his perspectives on the 18th Party Congress of the […]
20 July 2012

JMSC Books On Show at Hong Kong Book Fair

Two of the JMSC’s books are currently on display at the Hong Kong Book Fair. The first is the JMSC’s China Media Project book, Reflections from China’s Media Thinkers: A Collection of 13 Talks by […]
22 December 2010

Three New Books Related to JMSC Published

Three books that are related to the JMSC have been published this month. The first, The Great Game of Political Reform: Wen Jiabao’s Seven Speeches on Political Reform, was compiled by the director of the […]
11 November 2010

JMSC Project Promotes Investigative Journalism Book in Europe

David Bandurski, Research Associate for the JMSC’s China Media Project, is going on tour to Europe to promote his book, Investigative Journalism in China: Eight Cases in Chinese Watchdog Journalism, published recently by Hong Kong University […]
14 October 2010

China Media Project Breaks “Open Letter” News in English

The JMSC’s China Media Project was the first to break the big news in English this week of an open letter sent by former Party leaders to the National People’s Congress, calling for freedom of […]