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  1. Racy ad had 10-year run before exposure in international journal

    Posted Dec 13th 2008, 12:00am by Alex Lo

    ... with Alex Lo By now, you have probably read about a major faux pas by a leading German research institute, which inadvertently put on its journal's cover a Chinese-language ... photographer in Macau or Hong Kong more than a decade ago. Unfortunately, the journal, MaxPlanckForschung, is widely read around the world. To recap, its editors were looking for a classical Chinese ...

  2. New journal aims to ease world fears

    Posted Jul 17th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Jane Cai Think-tank launches English-language magazine business A leading mainland think-tank has launched an English-language economic journal aimed at dispelling international worries ... and target scholars, senior executives, media and government and international organisation officials. The journal, priced at US$12 or 80 yuan, also will be available in the United States, Britain ...

  3. Comment - Blogs

    DJR Digest: The growth of mainland print media

    Posted Aug 14th 2012, 01:53pm by Ivan Zhai

    ... Ivan Zhai (This is the repost of Ivan's original blog entry, "Digital Journalism Review Digest 007: New fundraising model for journalism project, and the growth of mainland print ... – At $170,000+, ‘99% Invisible’ Becomes Most Funded Kickstarter in Journalism, link   #Tools/Guides/Resources – 100 Tech And Social Media Twitter Accounts You Should Follow Right Now, link – The 10 ...

  4. Net version of liberal magazine suspended

    Posted May 25th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... that my access to the website was denied,' Mr Chen said. 'But I have no idea what's going on.' Wu Si, the editor-in-chief of the journal, said he became aware of the closure ...

  5. News - China

    Cost of knowledge

    Posted Aug 14th 2012, 12:00am by STEPHEN CHEN

    ... Stephen Chen binglin.chen@scmp.com Chinese research authors are trying to encourage a boycott of journal publisher Elsevier, which they say charges far too much for access to academic ... or substandard airline food but that some of the world's biggest publishers of academic journals, including Elsevier and Springer, had charged "absurdly" high prices for academic journals ...

  6. Beijing accused over jailed journalists

    Posted Feb 05th 2008, 12:00am by May Chan

    ... Kong Journalists Association chairwoman Tsai Fan-ho and Ying Chan, director of the Journalism and Media Studies Centre at the University of Hong Kong. They called for the release of Hong Kong ...

  7. Material girls

    Posted Feb 23rd 2007, 12:00am by Francesca Fearon

    ... Chinese designers are full of bright ideas after studying at the London College of Fashion, writes Francesca Fearon PLANES WERE cancelled, train services were disrupted, roads were blocked by fallen trees- it was one of the worst storms in 20 years, but t ...

  8. Fine line between news and secrets

    Posted Nov 01st 2011, 12:00am

    ... It is the role of the media to unearth and publish information of public interest, which sometimes means printing or broadcasting material that governments do not want people to know or breaking news that officials want to control. In such cases journalis ...

  9. Zhao left tapes of memoirs in plain sight to avoid suspicion

    Posted May 16th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... family members knew what was really on them. 'Zhao produced these audio journals mostly by recording over some low-quality cassette tapes that were lying around the house: kids' music ... in one place and transcribe it for publication. Judging from circumstantial evidence, the audio journals were made between 2000 and 2002. While it had obviously taken Zhao a long time to prepare ...

  10. News - China

    China to phase out prison organ harvesting

    Posted Nov 02nd 2012, 01:08pm by Associated Press in Beijing

    ... Associated Press in Beijing A health official says China will early next year start phasing out its reliance on organs from executed prisoners for transplants as a new national system of donations is implemented. Wang Haibo says in an interview in the November edition of the World Health Organisation’s journal Bulletin that Chinese officials acknowledge that a transplantation system ...




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