Media Tag

Oftentimes, the inspiration for new places to go is found on social media, but also through more traditional media, like film and TV. Read More
China has now extended the scope of its censorship from political content to entertainment gossip.Read More
China will crack down on social and entertainment news that promotes improper values and ‘Western lifestyles’, the country’s broadcasting regulator said.Read More
When it comes to social currency, most Chinese consumers aim to buy a house and a car to impress their peers. But for those under 30, values are shifting, and digital products are becoming more important.Read More
Media giant Netflix has undoubtedly had a tremendous impact on the entertainment industry, with entire shows like House of Cards run entirely on the video streaming service. Read More
Chinese state media outlets and Chinese government spokes people regularly claim that Western media plays up China’s weaknesses, exaggerates its potential as a regional threat, and ignores its successes.Read More
In the latest sign that China’s long-touted “opening up” is reversing into a “closing down,” a Chinese ministry has issued new rules that ban any foreign-invested company from publishing online in China.Read More
No more homosexuality, extramarital affairs, or one-night stand content in Chinese television drama.Read More
In China, 668 million people use the internet, overwhelmingly via smartphones. That’s twice the entire U.S. population. Read More
Internet freedom was much on the agenda at China’s second World Internet Conference in Wuzhen, but there are clearly different readings on what online freedom means.Read More