President Xi Jinping just completed his weeklong tour of the United States. Here are exclusive excerpts from the portly autocrat’s diary
It’s time to address the name-calling among foreign writers about those who publish censored versions of their work in China
BEIJING (China Daily Show) – Announcing plans to air the classic 1980s sitcom The Cosby Show in China, legal representatives of troubled comedian Bill Cosby said the move was a “step forward in ratings relations.”
How would the worldwide web change under Beijing?
US President Obama held a joint APEC press conference with Chinese President Xi Jinping. Here’s the text in full.
America doesn’t have a monopoly on paramilitary police harassing peaceful protests. But is China eating the West’s authoritarian lunch? Let’s take a look…
It’s one of the most bittersweet moments of any writer’s life: the moment they finally lay eyes on the freshly printed hardback of their friend’s new China book.
I’d never even heard of China before my travel agent suggested I paid a visit. Boy, am I glad I did.
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.