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Chinese Media Watch

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Shanghai Expo: 200 Tons of Trash Each Day

China Daily USA, News Report, Qian YanFeng, May 06, 2010

During the first five days of the Shanghai World Expo, an average of 160,000 visitors a day created nearly 200 tons of waste each day. However, the waste separation system was widely ignored by visitors, resulting in low efficiency in collection and treatment of waste.

Chinese media on black on Asian crimes

Chinese Media: Where Are Chinese-American Elected Officials?

New America Media, News Report , Vivian Po, Apr 26, 2010

Chinese media are criticizing the lack of visibility of elected Chinese officials in the Bay Area in response to a rash of recent attacks on Asians, while community leaders react angrily to the violence.

Chinese President Makes First Trip to Washington

China Daily USA, News Report, Tan Yingzi, Li Xiaokun and Wu jiao , Apr 13, 2010

In his first visit to the United States, Chinese President Hu discusses the revaluation of Chinese currency and sanctions against Iran.

Stop Blaming China for America's Woes

China Daily USA, Editorial, Colin Speakman, Apr 02, 2010

The U.S. administration seems to be trying to convince its public of an untruth: that China is the true cause of Americas economic woes and that China possesses weapons of mass economic destruction.

China Manufactures Rain to Ease Drought

China Daily, News Report, Wang Qian, Mar 04, 2010

In an effort to create rain, the Chinese government said that it is ready to bomb clouds with silver iodide.


U.S. Chinese Media Call Obama-Dalai Lama Meeting Routine

New America Media, News Analysis, Vivian Po, Feb 20, 2010

While the mainstream media are focusing their coverage on how the Chinese government reacted vigorously to the February 18 meeting between President Barack Obama and the Dalai Lama, Chinese media in the United States are more interested in what the meeting means to Obama and what he got from it.

New America Now: Ethnic Media Watch, Native American Census, Formosa Betrayed

New America Now, Audio, Feb 05, 2010

Media monitors from across the country share the ethnic news stories that caught their attention, counting the Native American population in the 2010 Census is proving difficult, and Formosa Betrayed is a new film featuring the unique cultural perspective of Taiwan.

Chinese Media, Bloggers Ask: Is Google Really Saying Goodbye?

New America Media, News Analysis, Vivian Po, Jan 16, 2010

Googles announcement that it may close its offices in China has some Chinese bloggers mourning the loss of a defender of freedom of information, while others are celebrating what they view as a victory for Chinese companies.

Fate of Undocumented Chinese in Haiti Remains Unknown

World Journal, News Report, Cao Jian, Translated by Vivian Po, Jan 15, 2010

Hundreds of undocumented Chinese immigrants who were living in Haiti as a stopover before crossing into the United States have been trapped in the island nation after Tuesdays earthquake.

Chinese Media: It Was Only a Goodbye Kiss

New America Media, News Digest, Vivian Po, Jan 14, 2010

The Chinese-American media are calling on the U.S. government to go soft on Jiang HaiSong after he was arrested last Friday for slipping through the security checkpoint to kiss his girlfriend goodbye at the Newark International Airport. But on Chinese Internet discussion boards, opinion is divided.

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