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The Founding of a Republic Not Overwhelmed By Propaganda!

The Founding of a Republic Not Overwhelmed By Propaganda!

Review of China’s star-studded epic chronicling the Chinese Civil War between Chiang’s Nationalists & Mao’s Communists. This film celebrates the PRC’s 60th anniversary.

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Military Training For China’s University Students (Video)

Military Training For China’s University Students (Video)

A popular video showing the military training all Chinese university students in the PRC are required to undertake is negatively received by Chinese netizens.

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Tania Branigan: China Correspondent For The Guardian

Tania Branigan: China Correspondent For The Guardian

Of well-known Beijing-based British journalists, bloggers, good journalism, buying books on the street, mango-passionfruit slushies, interracial relationships, and Urumqi riot coverage.

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Persecuted Religious Movements, Product Reviews, & Internet Stats

Persecuted Religious Movements, Product Reviews, & Internet Stats

Why China is the worst place to study controversial issues, great Chinese websites for dining, travel, cosmetics, IT, & education reviews, & 338 million users!

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Urumqi vs. Lhasa News, Uighurs vs. Iranians, Progaganda & Spin

Urumqi vs. Lhasa News, Uighurs vs. Iranians, Progaganda & Spin

What does American media’s coverage of the 2008 Lhasa Tibetan riots vs. 2009 Urumqi Uighur riots tell us about Americans? Can Uighur activists engage in spin?

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American Hegemony Tied To Football & Transformers!

American Hegemony Tied To Football & Transformers!

Is American hegemony tied to its aptitude for soccer (er, football)? Is Transformers 2 really just a big commercial for the United States to sell its weapons?

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Thai Anti-Communist Propaganda Pictures From The 1960s

Thai Anti-Communist Propaganda Pictures From The 1960s

Series of 6 pictures from Thailand in the 1960s depicting their differences from Communist China, including education, mobility, property, labor, & religion.

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Nanjing! Nanjing! Movie Excellent, Made Me Cry Like A Little Girl

Nanjing! Nanjing! Movie Excellent, Made Me Cry Like A Little Girl

A review of the 2009 Chinese film on the Nanjing Massacre that proved to be shocking as expected, but not the propaganda film that many foreigners feared.

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Chinese Youth on Western Media: A Diversity of Opinion

Chinese Youth on Western Media: A Diversity of Opinion

Several days ago, ESWN posted a translation of a Tianya post titled “What is the reason China’s younger generation is losing confidence in the Western... 

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