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Mahtani and McLaughlin were on the ground in Hong Kong and provide this history of the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement centered around a cast of core activists, culminating in the 2019 mass protests and Beijing's crackdown.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ian Johnson spent a decade researching the work of these unofficial historians of China's recent past. This compelling study introduces readers to writers, filmmakers and artists, determined to preserve stories about mass movements that affected millions but get scant attention in the party-state's official history.
Tencent, NetEase and other successful Chinese video game companies are aiming to expand and deepen their reach in overseas markets. They've enjoyed success, but some less well-known firms such as MiHoYo earn the bulk of their revenues abroad. Lisa Cosmas Hanson, CEO of Niko Partners, analyzes the hurdles Chinese firms confront and discusses the strategies they use. Are they succeeding?
Zhao offers a quick history of China's foreign policy since 1949 and then offers a provocative assessment of it today.
Video: Mike Chinoy on Assignment China: An Oral History of American Journalists in the People's Republic
How have print, broadcast and now internet-centric journalists reported on the dramatic changes in China over the past eight decades?
For decades, European countries assumed that China is a benign force in international relations.
How do we know what we know about China? The images most Americans hold of China were shaped by news coverage. Our multipart documentary series Assignment: China focuses on the journalists who have described the remarkable changes in China since the 1940s. Two of the most influential moments in this history were the Nixon visit in 1972 and the Tiananmen demonstrations of 1989. The correspondents interviewed for the series have helped news consumers understand how China's opening up and subsequent economic rise have reshaped the world.
Veteran journalists Jane Perlez and Scott Tong talked about their new radio series and their own experiences on reporting from China.
Academic, business, economic and legal experts discuss U.S. innovation and tech competitiveness vis-a-vis China, IPR concerns in China, and the impact of President Biden's executive order for competition on U.S. innovation and competitiveness.
Ying Zhu looks at new developments for Chinese and global streaming services.
David Zweig examines China's talent recruitment efforts, particularly towards those scientists and engineers who left China for further study. U.S. universities, labs and companies have long brought in talent from China. Are such people still welcome?