This free online resource, led by Eric Hoyt and the Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research provides free access to thousands of pages of old magazines and journals covering the history of film, radio and TV. It includes Hollywood trade journals and fan magazines. Also recently added are some sections on early Chinese cinema […]
Who makes the news in China? Men mainly. The 6th Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) China report, prepared by the Beijing-based NGO Media Monitor for Women Network, has revealed a gender imbalance in news coverage. Women only feature in 25% of articles. Download the full content form the website.
Chinese comic book covers Curated by Chinese Studies Librarian Zhaohui Xue, this online exhibition from Stanford University of the covers of various comic books held in the collections of the East Asia Library. Most were published 1950-1970s. They offer insight into propaganda and cultural attitudes of the period.
Arts & Humanities Research Council funded research project led by Dr Sabrina Qiong Yu (Newcastle University), with Co-Investigators Professor Chris Berry (King’s College London) and other collaborators. Covers production and circulation of (mainly documentary) film and issues relating to the role of the state with regard to film in China. The website is building a database of Chinese […]
Available via Youtube This series explores the way that #MeToo Movement was translated and transformed in China, India, Japan, Indonesia, and the Philippines. It is curated by Dr Monika Winarnita of Deakin University and associated with The Asian Media and Cultural Studies Network, an initiative of Deakin University with partners from Tsinghua and Wuhan Universities […]
The official website in China has an English language section which discusses the anniversary Official news coverage News coverage BBC Guardian newspaper CNN graphics Wall Street Journal Analysis World Bank data and reports on Chinese economic growth Brookings Institution RUSI China Council on Foreign Relations Carnegie Endowment Chatham House Human rights analysis Amnesty International Human Rights […]
Just released by The Center for Energy Studies at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy this detailed mapping of the oil infrastructure of China pulls together in one place detailed information. The visualization focuses on four core categories of infrastructure: (1) crude oil pipelines, (2) refined product pipelines, (3) oil refineries, and (4) crude […]
China has become the biggest donor of aid to Africa- read more about the background in this interesting article from the Conversation. The Economist has also recently launched the China Going Global Index . which you can download from its website after free registration. It ranks 59 major economies in terms of their attractiveness to […]
Free access to this detailed database from Inter-American Dialogue’s China and Latin America program and Boston University’s Global Economic Governance Initiative (GEGI) which provides facts about loans and investments made by the China Development Bank and China Export-Import Bank to Latin American and the Caribbean (LAC). It is possible to browse by nation, sector and type. Items can be shared […]
Beyond the Great Firewall: How China Became a Global Information Power Read the latest online report from Center for International Media Assistance to find out how. The 44 page book focuses upon three main areas: shaping international news media, guiding the evolution of the global Internet, and influencing global culture through Hollywood. Find data on […]