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USC And China In The News: March and April 2018

April 27, 2018

China-related news stories featuring University of Southern California faculty, students, staff, and programs.

Video: "Forbidden Feeds" Report Launch

April 16, 2018

The U.S.-China Institute and PEN America hosted the West Coast launch of the PEN America report on social media in China, Forbidden Feeds

 

报导中国(美国记者关于中国):震荡的中国 (Assignment: China - Tremors 中文字幕版)

February 9, 2018

2008年,为了举办奥运会,北京承诺给予国际媒体更为自由的报道氛围,因此对外国记者解除了许多长期的活动自由限制。然而,这一年也发生了几起灾难事件,重塑了中国故事,也重塑了外国媒体的经历。《震荡》一集描述了2008年记者们报道中国的体验。

报导中国(美国记者关于中国):八十年代 (Assignment: China - The 1980s 中文字幕版)

February 7, 2018

对于北京美国记者团成员来说,上个世纪八十年代是一个测试边界的时代,他们不仅挑战了制度核心新闻报道的界限,还探索了一部分长期被禁止讨论的中国社会。《解析中国之旅:八十年代》讲述了他们的故事。

报导中国(美国记者关于中国):两个中国的故事 (Assignment: China - A Tale of Two Chinas 中文字幕版)

February 7, 2018

这期《解析中国之旅》聚焦1990年间的中国。天安门广场抗议之后持续不断的镇压让美国记者团不能采访、旅游或是翻越令人窒息的官僚障碍。记者及其消息人士面临持续的监视和骚扰。然而,随着经济的发展,记者们所处的政治气候开始好转,到了90年代末,中国已经进入美国记者口中的“黄金时代”。

报导中国(美国记者关于中国):千禧年 (Assignment: China - The New Millennium 中文字幕版)

February 7, 2018

本集《解析中国之旅》聚焦千禧世代的最初几年。当时的中国正在经历一种新的社会自由,这使美国记者团在经历九十年代天安门事件后的最严格的管制之后,得以享受一段时间的缓和。因此,记者们能够以前所未有的方式深入报道中国社会。

Foreign Correspondents Club of China, Access Denied - report on working conditions in 2017, Jan. 31, 2018

January 31, 2018

Foreign correspondents are a vital source of information about China and its ties with others. USCI collects and shares reports such as this one about the conditions for foreign correspondents in China.

USC and China in the News: January and February 2018

January 2, 2018

China-related news stories featuring University of Southern California faculty, students, staff, and programs.

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Events

June 4, 2020 - 5:00pm

Please join the USC U.S.-China Institute for a discussion with Hong Kong based author and photographer Antony Dapiran for a look at his new book on the city's protests and what they mean for the future of Hong Kong and China.

June 11, 2020 - 4:00pm

Please join the USC U.S.-China Institute for an online discussion with Professor Margaret Lewis on how the US government's use of criminal prosecutions to address a broad "China" threat is at tension with the criminal justice system.