Asian Media

Below are several media outlets with current information on China in English.

SHANGAIIST

shanghai.ist

Founded in 2005, Shanghaiist has emerged as one of the most popular English-language websites about China, covering local news, events, food, and entertainment for a diverse audience of young and affluent urbanites.

CAIJING.COM.CN

http://english.caijing.com.cn/

The magazine reports and comments on major events and focal points affecting the development process in China and the world.

SHANGHAI DAILY

SHINE

https://www.shine.cn/

Powered by Shanghai Daily, the largest English-language newspaper in East China, SHINE is a new digital media product providing readers with breaking news, in-depth opinions and insightful analysis about Shanghai and China.

CHINA RADIO INTERNACIONAL (CRI)

http://espanol.cri.cn/index.htm

http://espanol.cri.cn/

Noticias, Radio y Vídeo con la actualidad de China (en español).

CHINA DIGITAL TIMES

https://chinadigitaltimes.net/

China Digital Times (CDT) is an independent, bilingual media organization that brings uncensored news and online voices from China to the world.

EDUCATION

https://chinadigitaltimes.net/?s=education

CHINA DEVELOPMENT GATEWAY

http://en.chinagate.cn/

Online source of development information in China.

EDUCATION

http://search.chinagate.cn/hlftiweb/searchgateen.jsp?searchText=education&title=&searchtype=1&Submit=

CHINA.ORG.CN

http://www.china.org.cn/

EDUCATION

http://search.china.org.cn/hlftiweb/en/index.jsp

GLOBAL TIMES

http://www.globaltimes.cn/

The English-language Global Times is your key to understanding China’s changes. Founded in April 2009, the paper is one of the most dynamic players among Chinese media, and has rapidly become the major English newspaper in the nation. 

EDUCATION

http://search.globaltimes.cn/QuickSearchCtrl?search_txt=education

NEWS.CN

XINHUANET

http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/

XINHUA ESPAÑOL

La Agencia de Noticias Xinhua (chino simplificado 新华社; chino tradicional 新華社; Grupo Nueva China) es la agencia oficial de noticias del gobierno de la República Popular China y la mayor del país.

http://spanish.xinhuanet.com/

CULTURA-EDU

http://spanish.xinhuanet.com/cultura/index.htm

CHINA DAILY

http://global.chinadaily.com.cn/

China Daily, established in 1981 as the national English-language newspaper, has developed into a multi-media information platform combining newspapers, websites and apps with a strong presence on Facebook, Twitter, Sina Weibo and WeChat. It serves more than 200 million readers all over the world and is a default choice for people who read about China in English. The group plays an important role as a channel for information exchanges between China and the rest of the world.

EDUCATION

http://newssearch.chinadaily.com.cn/en/search?query=education

CHINA ABILITY

http://www.chinability.com/

At China Ability, we understand how money works. Our editorial team creates articles, reviews, videos, and guides to educate, entertain, and engage. We are dedicated to providing informative finance content, tools, and news.

PEOPLE’S DAILY

PEOPLE’S DAILY ONLINE

http://en.people.cn/index.html

http://yuqing.people.com.cn/

www.people.com.cn

People’s Daily Online, founded on January 1, 1997, is a large-scale information exchange platform with news at its core, constructed by China’s largest newspaper – People’s Daily. It is also a public media and culture company with People’s Daily at the center of its interest control. On April 27, 2012, People’s Daily Online went public on the Shanghai Stock Exchange, becoming China’s first news website listed on the A-share market.

EDUCATION

http://search.people.com.cn/language/english/getResult.jsp

CRITICAL ASIAN STUDIES (CAS)

https://criticalasianstudies.org/

The Bulletin was born out of the crisis of the Indochina Wars as an attempt to analyze U.S. policy in cold war Asia. Our initial focus was on the impact of U.S. power on the peoples of Southeast and East Asia – and the efforts of Asian people to define their own past, present, and future along different lines, including anti-imperialist and revolutionary ones. We later expanded our geographic focus to include South Asia, Inner Asia, and nations in the Pacific, as well as the experience of Asians in America. Our goals explicitly included examining the intellectual approaches by which Asia was understood in the West and the ways in which reigning theoretical frameworks in universities and professional institutions excluded Asian aspirations and experiences. Those goals, spelled out in our original statement of purpose, remain central to our scholarship.

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