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Several Western journalists have written in CCP's favor after being gifted with expensive trips.
Report Exposes Journalists Who Enjoyed CCP-Sponsored Trips, Fake French Reporter and Other Chinese Propaganda
A recently published article by the National Pulse has exposed a slew of Western mainstream journalists who have put out favorable coverage of China after being treated with expensive trips paid for by the communist...
Supporters of Reporters Without Borders (RSF) protest in front of the The Brandenburg Gate on October 7, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. RSF’s annual Press Freedom Index was cautious to draw the correct parallel between increasing media and information censorship found in America, relying on the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic as an excuse, and how the Chinese Communist Party conducts business in its territory.
Communist China Still World’s ‘Worst Jailer of Journalists’: RSF
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) published its annual Press Freedom Index, where it found the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) continues to be one of the world’s most notorious persecutors of those who defend freedom of the...
BBC correspondent John Sudworth, who was living in communist China, fled amidst fears that his life was at risk. Beijing was unhappy with some of his articles that exposed the atrocities of the communist regime.
BBC Correspondent Flees Communist China for Taiwan
BBC correspondent John Sudworth, who was living in communist China, fled amidst fears that his life was at risk. Beijing was unhappy with some of his articles that exposed the atrocities of the communist regime....
Although Facebook has been banned in China, the company recently exposed hackers who used the social media platform to lure Uyghur’s into downloading malicious software used for surveillance.
International Uyghur Community Targeted for Cyber-Espionage Through Facebook
Although Facebook has been banned in China, the company recently exposed hackers who used the social media platform to lure Uyghurs into downloading malicious software used for surveillance. According to Facebook’s Mike Dvilyanski, Head of...
Foreign Reporters in China Face Covid-19 Roadblocks
A report by the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of China (FCCC) has found that foreign journalists’ working conditions in China deteriorated in 2020. According to the paper titled ‘Track Trace Expel: Reporting on China Amid a...
Since assuming the presidency, Biden’s administration has introduced tighter coronavirus restrictions on reporters entering the White House.
White House to Charge Reporters $170 Daily for COVID-19 Tests
Since assuming the presidency, the White House’s administration has introduced tighter coronavirus restrictions on reporters entering the White House. Firstly, the number of pre-approved journalists was limited to 80 on any single day. Each journalist...
The Biden administration wants to know the reporters’ questions in advance to see if they are too controversial and so that they can prepare suitable responses.
Some People Concerned Biden Is Suppressing Press Freedom
The Biden administration wants to know the reporters’ questions in advance to see if they are too controversial and so that they can prepare suitable responses. The Daily Beast report states that the president’s communication...
Chinese Reporters to Think, Train, Post and Publish Based on CCP Guidelines
Chinese Reporters to Think, Train, Post, and Publish Based on CCP Guidelines
Beijing has decided that the social media posts of journalists need to be checked and approved before their press card is renewed through the annual vetting and review process. According to the General Administration of...
Paramilitary police officers patrol along a street after the closing session of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) in Beijing on May 27, 2020. (Image: GREG BAKER/AFP via Getty Images) journalists
China Had the Most Jailed Journalists in 2020
The number of journalists jailed worldwide has increased since last year as reported by Reporters Sans Frontieres (RSF) and the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ). Both organizations list China as the worst offender for jailing...