Chinese Journalism Student Working For Foreign Media Outlet Arrested For Subverting State Power

A 22-year-old Chinese citizen was arrested on charges of subverting state power after he worked as an intern for a foreign media outlet that published articles critical of the Chinese Communist government, Chinese state media reported. On April 15 the People's Republic of China (PRC) celebrated its 6th National Security Education Day (全民国家安全教育日) to raise… Continue reading Chinese Journalism Student Working For Foreign Media Outlet Arrested For Subverting State Power

Xiamen University Professor Dismissed After Posting Comments Calling China An ‘Inferior Nation’

A Chinese university professor has been dismissed after he posted comments on Weibo calling China an 'inferior nation' and criticizing Chinese society. Zhou Yunzhong (周运中) was an assistant professor of history at the University of Xiamen, a city in southern China. Zhou was fired due to a post he had uploaded on China's micro-blogging website… Continue reading Xiamen University Professor Dismissed After Posting Comments Calling China An ‘Inferior Nation’

Chinese Netizen Imprisoned For 10 Days After Insulting Xi Jinping On WeChat

A Chinese netizen was sentenced to 10 days in prison and the payment of a fine after he insulted President Xi Jinping in a WeChat group. As Taiwan-based Apple Daily reports, on July 19 a 39-year-old man named Ni Huaping from Sanya, a city in southern China's Hainan Province, posted a comment on a WeChat… Continue reading Chinese Netizen Imprisoned For 10 Days After Insulting Xi Jinping On WeChat