An online magazine published by the Center on U.S.-China Relations at Asia Society, ChinaFile publishes original reporting and analysis across a wide spectrum of topics in writing, photography, and video.
An online English magazine, published by a team of writers, editors, and researchers from within China and abroad who belong to the state-funded Shanghai United Media Group. Consists of three sections:
- Rising Tones up-to-date reports on issues and events from across China
- Deep Tones indepth reports about contemporary China
- Broad Tones opinion pieces by individuals from all walks of life
Also, browseable by topics.
Provides full-text documents from over 5,600 news, business, legal, medical, and reference publications, covering current news, business information, company directories, federal and state laws, regulations, legal cases, etc. Click Advanced Options under the search box. In Content Type, deselect all except for “Newspapers.”
Successor to Dow Jones News Service, Factiva provides access to global news and business information, including newspapers, same-day newswires, company reports, and media programs. Usage info: Licensed for 4 simultaneous users. Access info: Historically Factiva only worked with IE version 5 or higher. Since then, several other browser options have been added.
"Created by the U.S. intelligence community to benefit policy makers and analysts, FBIS Daily Reports offer foreign views and perspectives on historical events from thousands of monitored broadcasts and publications. Translated into English from more than 50 languages - from Arabic to Swahili - these comprehensive media reports from around the globe include news, interviews, speeches and editorial commentary."--Product description.
"Working directly with editors, writers and producers from various media in China, the project documents and analyzes the process of media reform in China and the formal and informal factors that influence it." See alsoWatchwords: Reading China Through Its Party Vocabulary
China Media Project's online publication that analyzes and explains political watchwords used in present-day China.
Led by Dr. Taylor at the School of Contemporary Chinese Studies, the site includes visual depictions of Chiang Kai-shek from various forms of propaganda and other art from the 1940s through to the 2000s, with particular concentration on negative images of Chiang.
Through WARMAP, led by the University of Essex, and funded by the United Kingdom’s Leverhulme Trust, an international and interdisciplinary network of academic specialists based in Europe, Asia and Australia examines the way violent pasts are being rediscovered and retold in Asia today, and how an emergent war heritage industry is reshaping the social, economic and political present. The website maps museums, memorials, commemorative rituals, battlefield tours and re-enactments, dedicated to the conflicts of the twentieth century. It also provides information about related workshops, seminars, training sessions, scholarly publications and online resources.