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Chinese Media Watch

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In China, Patients Dont Trust Doctors

New America Media, News Analysis, Jun Wang, Dec 06, 2007

Zhijun Xiao, a migrant worker in Beijing, refused to sign documents authorizing doctors to perform a C-section on his pregnant wife and she and their baby died. Chinese media condemned his action, but whose fault is it really?


Beijing Olympic Boycott Over Burma Will Only Alienate Chinese People

New America Media, Commentary, Xujun Eberlein, Nov 05, 2007

After recent turmoil in Burma, human rights activists and pundits the world over called for a boycott of the 2008 Beijing Olympics. But commentator Xujun Eberlein says China is not one to interfere in other countries' affairs, and maybe America should follow their lead.


Banning China: How American-Style Capitalism Led to Toxic Products

New America Media, News Analysis, Xujun Eberlein, Sep 19, 2007

When the U.S. banned nearly one million toys made in China, the head of the responsible Chinese toy company took his own life. Commentator Xujun Eberlein looks at the fall-out of America's demand and China's supply.

Finding the Real Me

Sing Tao Daily, News Feature, Xiaoqing Rong, translated by Eugenia Chien, Aug 27, 2007

Advocate Pauline Park, an Asian transgender woman who was adopted by a Caucasian couple, says she has finally found a sense of belonging.

China-Bashing on the Rise

Sing Tao Daily, Commentary, Joseph Leung, translated by Eugenia Chien, Aug 25, 2007

The mounting fears over Chinese imports reflect a rising tide of anti-China sentiment in the United States, writes the editor of the Chinese-language newspaper Sing Tao Daily in San Francisco. In fact, he argues, environmental issues and product safety should be the responsibilities of the Western companies that run the factories there.

Risking Their Lives: The Plight of Chinese Truck Drivers

World Journal, News Report, Qi Ge, translated by Pete Schurmann, Aug 24, 2007

Chinese truck drivers are attracted by the high wages of the profession, but many wonder if the loneliness and dangers of the job are worthwhile.

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Candidate 'Virtue Soup'? Not Likely, Say Linguists, Activists

Sampan, News Report, Austin Woerner, Jul 24, 2007

The transliteration of candidates' names into easy-to-understand characters on their ballots is vital, many Asian-American voters say. Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin opposes the practice, calling it imprecise and confusing.


Chinese Community Troubled by FBI Ad

New America Media, News Report, Eugenia Chien, Jul 12, 2007

The FBI recently advertised in Chinese-language newspapers asking readers to report on potential Chinese spies. The ads created a stir among Chinese Americans, reports NAM editor Eugenia Chien.

Japanese Film Paints Iris Chang as Chinese Spy

Sing Tao Daily, Jul 12, 2007

New Japanese film The Truth about Nanjing depicts Chinese-American author Iris Chang as a Chinese spy, Chinese-language newspaper Sing Tao Daily reports.

Going Green: Environmental Policies Strain Chinese Dry Cleaners

Sing Tao Daily, News Report, By Charles Ding, Translated by Peter Schurmann, Jul 07, 2007

New non-toxic detergents may be the answer to going green in the dry cleaning business. But for many Chinese-American dry cleaner owners, the cost of installing new machines that use the non-toxic solvents is a major hurdle.

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