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  1. Beijing pledges transparency with more media briefings

    Posted Dec 31st 2008, 12:00am by Cary Huang

    ... as a strong propeller to push forward China's human rights cause,' Mr Wang said. ...

  2. Activists stage protest outside newspaper office

    Posted Jun 22nd 2012, 12:00am

    ... Staff Reporter Activists staged a noisy protest outside the South China Morning Post's Causeway Bay office yesterday, accusing the paper of self-censorship by downplaying coverage ... burned a copy of the South China Morning Post before dispersing. Wang told editorial staff at a meeting yesterday that he should have handled the case better but denied accusations ...

  3. Tighter grip placed on internet news

    Posted Sep 26th 2005, 12:00am by Bill Savadove

    ... aimed to improve regulation of the profession. China News Service quoted the rules as saying that organisations posting news and information on the internet must not publish reports touching ... that prediction has yet to come true. Beijing's controls over the internet came under the spotlight recently when a rights group said that Yahoo! had provided information to authorities that led ...

  4. News - China - POLITICS

    ‘Make it short!’: reports of verbose official’s dressing down censored

    Posted Mar 14th 2014, 02:15pm by Keira Lu Huang

    ... of the “undesirable work styles” the government has vowed to stamp out. The comments during the meeting on Monday were reported by the China Business Journal and the Hong Kong-based Sing Tao Daily and were ... a tacit understanding that news like this is among the must-delete category.” The New York Times China blog cited an anonymous Beijing-based web editor who said the reason the stories had been ...

  5. News - China - POLITICS

    'I'll break your legs if you go into business': former president's career advice to children

    Posted Mar 17th 2014, 01:02pm by DARREN WEE

    ... Darren Wee darren.wee@scmp.com Li Xiannian was clear he wanted his offspring to avoid becoming officials, rich or famous, his daughter tells newspaper Former president Li Xiannian warned his children he would break their legs if they went into business, a ...

  6. Actions speak louder than Hu's words on democracy

    Posted Apr 25th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... I was thrilled to read on the front page of the South China Morning Post that President Hu Jintao believes democracy to be indispensable to modernisation ('A rising China threatens ... drags') and the detention of three writers and activists who had the misfortune to use Yahoo accounts ('Shame on Yahoo for its complicity in dissident arrests'). It seems that while ...

  7. Jack of diamonds

    Posted Jun 25th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... when Ma takes a different tack during a recent interview in the ninth-floor headquarters of Yahoo China, just off Guanghua Road, in Beijing's central business district. EBay, I point out, ... little secret of the fact recent acquisition Yahoo China (as part of the US$1 billion deal, Alibaba took over Yahoo's mainland operations) is proving hard to turn around. Ma is hoping ...

  8. PLA secrecy 'bars civilian access'

    Posted Aug 21st 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... was required to be 100 per cent trustworthy. 'It is hard for me to imagine that the Chinese military can trust a civilian expert who has a Yahoo account,' Jing said. 'If a military ... at Pennsylvania State University, said the US military relied heavily on the civilian sector for information technology and that might have led it to conclude that China's cyber army was open ...

  9. Comment - Insight & Opinion - DEMOCRACY

    Will a democratic China harm Hong Kong?

    Posted Jun 09th 2013, 09:36am by Chang Ping

    ... Chang Ping Once democratised, China could hurt Hong Kong even more. This is what Dr  Horace Chin Wan-kan, a core member of the "nativist" movement in Hong Kong, told Hongkongers in an article published on June 4. This is not the first time Dr Chin has warned of the dangers of a more democratic China. In his latest publication, he has once again substituted imagination ...

  10. Web surfers must stick to the law, says Wen

    Posted Mar 15th 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Premier Wen Jiabao yesterday defended China's censoring of internet content, saying mainlanders have freedom of expression but must abide by the law. The importance of the internet ... 'China's management of the internet is consistent with established international practice. We exercise our control of the internet according to our laws. We also maintain that the industry should ...




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