A new national security law has called into question the future of Hong Kong. On episode 12 of LTNS, photojournalist Laurel Chor discusses how the law has changed the city and the protests that have enveloped the streets of the global hub for the past year.
A bombshell report from NPR reveals that a decision in 2014 to kill an investigation into the wealth of Communist Party elites was due to fears of reprisals from the Chinese government.
The Freedom House 2019 report revealed a downward trend in global press freedom, specifically in the U.S., China, Hungary, India and Vietnam.
China has been pushing a false narrative about internment camps for their Muslim minority while international media watches with horror.
The news you missed last month included Apple deals in Russia to journalists in Indonesia to art in Uganda to so many other incredible stories around the world.
The journalism world has experienced a chaotic news cycle this past month including the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, the media crackdown in Tanzania, the disappearance of an award-winning Chinese journalist, the emergence of digital India and so much more.
ByteDance, a Chinese social media giant, has replaced Uber as the world’s most valuable startup but still faces obstacles presented by Chinese online restrictions.
Did Bloomberg expose “The Big Hack?”
China has deployed many media tactics over the years to influence its own narrative in the international community.
China’s media targets airlines and other companies that refer to Taiwan and Hong Kong as sovereign, undermining China’s nationalist pursuits.