On the 17 December, the deadline for the first J visa for the New York Times’s China bureau expires – but will the bureau?
BEIJING (China Daily Show) – Tens of foreign correspondents are contemplating a grim holiday season this year, as China refuses any new visas – effectively expelling them from the country.
BEIJING (China Daily Show) – Freelance photographer David Hammond wondered yesterday if his pictures of a migrant worker squatting on the sidewalk could finallyprovee his shot at the big time.
Apologies To My Readers (HarperCollins, 2013) is the eagerly awaited debut by legendary China expat Rich McConnell. McConnell also paints, plays the zither and even writes. Read an exclusive extract here.
BEIJING (China Daily Show) – The New Yorker’s conservative image has been shattered by revelations of wild, all-night bridge-playing sessions.
BEIJING (China Daily Show) – A freelance journalist who has prepared an in-depth scoop about the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre is simply waiting for the right time to file it, friends said yesterday.
SHANGHAI (China Daily Show) – It was a day of mourning at The New York Times China offices today, after its ace reporter Chase Ketterman was discovered buried alive beneath a gigantic mound of paperwork.
BHATON ROUGE (China Daily Show) – August journal Picayune Sun-Tribune Weekly has become the latest newspaper to reveal that it, too, has been the victim of infiltration by Chinese state-sponsored hackers.
NEW YORK (China Daily Show) – New York Times chief sub-editor Willard J. Hunsucker III has promised that the newspaper’s next blockbuster story about China will be accompanied by a headline even duller than the previous one.
BEIJING (China Daily Show) – As one of the biggest political events of the decade slides into its second week, many who’ve flown in for the event are realizing that there’s absolutely nothing to write about.