23. 12. 2013

DAVID GUTTENFELDER: INSTAGRAMS FROM NORTH KOREA

David Guttenfelder, an Associated Press photographer, was recently awarded TIME’s Instagram Photographer of the Year 2013 for this shots in the DPRK. The secretive, mysterious country has surprisingly loosened its censorship laws regarding foreigners and 3G capable cell phones....

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11. 12. 2013

What Next for Foreign Media in China?

As staff for The New York Times and Bloomberg News face visa delays and possible expulsion, Foreign Policy’s Isaac Stone Fish reviewed the story so far and asked what might lie ahead: It’s not too...

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11. 12. 2013

Is Beijing about to boot the New York Times?

The Chinese government’s crackdown on Bloomberg and the “paper of record” reaches a head. Before the death of Mao Zedong in 1976, journalists covering China had to do make do with peering in...

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11. 12. 2013

Will China expel foreign journalists?

Is China preparing for a mass expulsion of foreign correspondents? Even to ask the question sounds faintly ridiculous. Surely not. Not in this day of the internet and global communications. Not the new,...

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09. 12. 2013

Billionaire’s Gallery Serves as Haven for Dissident Chinese Art

Judith Neilson weaves through the lunchtime crowd at the White Rabbit Gallery in Sydney and pauses before what appears to be a large pile of building rubble spread across the floor. “Watch closely,” she instructs. The...

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11. 09. 2013

Banned in China, but Popular in Hong Kong

These are some of the books, prohibited in China, that have been selling well in bookstores in Hong Kong, according to booksellers. While some focus on present-day scandals, others look back at history…...

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