Investigative Journalism in China: Eight Cases in Chinese Watchdog Journalism

Investigative Journalism in China: Eight Cases in Chinese Watchdog Journalism

David Bandurski Martin Hála / May 28, 2020

Investigative Journalism in China Eight Cases in Chinese Watchdog Journalism This volume offers a comprehensive first hand look at investigative journalism in China including insider accounts from reporters behind some of China s top stories in recent years

  • Title: Investigative Journalism in China: Eight Cases in Chinese Watchdog Journalism
  • Author: David Bandurski Martin Hála
  • ISBN: 9789622091740
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Paperback
  • This volume offers a comprehensive, first hand look at investigative journalism in China, including insider accounts from reporters behind some of China s top stories in recent years.

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    About "David Bandurski Martin Hála"

      • David Bandurski Martin Hála

        David Bandurski is an award winning journalist whose work has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and other publications He received a Human Rights Press Award in 2008 for an investigative piece on China s use of professional associations to enforce Internet censorship guidelines Currently analyst and editor at the China Media Project, a research program at the University of Hong Kong s Journalism Media Studies Centre, he also produces Chinese independent films and documentaries through his production company, Lantern Films He is the author of Dragons in Diamond Village 2015.


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    1. I really appreciate their courage and determination to make a better society. All of them are Chinese "Don Quixotes," who are aware of the cruel reality but never give up fighting. Although I had some knowledge of the darkness of Chinese society before I came to Hong Kong, I was still frightened by what I've read and what I've seen. It may be easy for you to live in China as a middle class or white colar without any thoughts of obtaining justice or help other disadvantage groups to gain such rig [...]


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