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Chinese Media Watch

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Earthquake Connects China and the World

New America Media, News report, Jun Wang, May 21, 2008

In the aftermath of the Sichuan earthquake, Chinas image has changed drastically overseas, and sympathy pours in from all corners. The country is re-energized by the tragedy,


Chinese Media Move Fast to Aid Earthquake Victims

New America Media, News Report, Jun Wang, May 14, 2008

International Chinese media lead the way in organizing relief efforts for those affected by the 7.9 magnitude earthquake in the Sichuan province of China.

CNN Apologizes Under Lawsuit

World Journal, May 09, 2008

Acting under a lawsuit filed by Chinese and Chinese American citizens, CNN issued an apology Wednesday for their employee Jack Cafferys insulting comment about Chinese people, reported the World Journal.

Chinese Orchestra Performs at Vatican

Sing Tao Daily, May 09, 2008

The China Philharmonic Orchestra played a concert for Pope Benedict XVI in the Vatican on Wednesday.


Chinese Rally Around Olympic Torch

New America Media, News Report, Jun Wang, Apr 10, 2008

Chinese at home and abroad are rallying around the embattled Olympic torch. Chinese media report that some Chinese, angry at the Tibet uproar in the West, are calling for a boycott of some Western products.

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Taiwan Election: The Pursuit of Hope and Change

New America Media, News Analysis, Jun Wang, Mar 24, 2008

Saturday's presidential election in Taiwan brought people new hope, with the Chinese Nationalist Party candidate Ying-jeou Ma beating out his opponent in a landslide victory.


Chinese Newspaper to Appeal Overtime Ruling

New America Media, News Report, Jun Wang, Mar 07, 2008

The Chinese Daily News plans to appeal a ruling that awarded millions of dollars to its employees for overtime. Other publications hope the case will have a broader impact on wages in the industry.


Apology Keeps Hong Kong Sex Scandal Buzzing

New America Media, News Report, Jun Wang, Feb 26, 2008

The Chinese media has sex on its mind these days even though hip-hop star Eddie Chen, of the 1,300 sex photos fame, has apologized and left Hong Kong. NAM writer Jun Wang monitors Chinese media.

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'Sex Photos Gate' Shakes Hong Kong

New America Media, News Analysis, Jun Wang, Feb 20, 2008

A celebrity sex scandal involving more than a dozen of Hong Kong's young starlets swept headlines for over 21 consecutive days earlier this year - challenging Chinese control of the Internet and the nation's moral standard.

Asian Americans Outraged by CNN Election Report

New America Media, News Report, Jun Wang, Feb 14, 2008

A CNN report that blames Asians' support of Clinton on their hesitancy to vote for a black president is insulting and inaccurate, argue Asian Americans.

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