Analysts: China's New Internet Controls May Hurt China

Analysts: China's New Internet Controls May Hurt China

Joyce Huang  |  Voice of America China has intensified efforts to tighten its strong grip on the internet, officially outlawing unauthorized internet connections, including virtual private network (VPN) services, which enable many users there to bypass the country’s...
A Gap in the Great Firewall: Mobile Apps

A Gap in the Great Firewall: Mobile Apps

Fan Yu  |  Epoch Times China’s “Great Firewall” has been central to the Communist Party’s strategy of controlling what residents can and cannot browse online. Websites ranging from search engines, discussion forums, to online media are closely monitored and censored....

Chinese Professor Fired for Anti-Mao Remarks

Jack Phillips  |  Epoch Times A Chinese professor was removed from his job after criticizing founding Chinese Communist Party chairman Mao Zedong on what would have been the dictator’s 123rd birthday. Deng Xiaochao, 62, an art professor at Shandong Jianzhu University...
The Hong Kong Bookseller’s Decision

The Hong Kong Bookseller’s Decision

Yaxue Cao |  ChinaChange This article was first published on ChinaChange web site on December 31, 2016 If it wasn’t for the “Safety House” in which he was hiding as he wrote, the opening paragraph of Lam Wing Kee’s personal account would be beguilingly insouciant:...