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Inside the pro-China network targeting the US, Hong Kong and an...

Channels in these clusters behaved in a coordinated manner while primarily uploading spammy non-political content, although a small subset posted primarily Chinese-language political content, similar to those described in a recent Graphika report.

China’s messaging against the Hong Kong protests has found a new...

Shu Chang, a Chinese online commentator with over 3 million followers on Chinese social media platform Weibo, said in a post (link in Chinese) on Tuesday (Nov. 12)  that she and other internet users had uploaded a number of propaganda videos on PornHub after being unable to put them on YouTube.

Google employees are fighting over their company’s decision to ban a...

The move has helped spark a fiery debate playing out on the search giant’s internal mailing lists.

China Is Waging a Disinformation War Against Hong Kong Protesters

Propaganda in the traditional sense, Mr. Pomerantsev said, would try to win over an audience, while disinformation is meant simply to sow confusion and fuel conspiracies.

‘All Hong Kongers are scared’: protests to widen as rural residents...

Sleepy town of Yuen Long becomes battleground after suspected gangster attack on commuters

China has a special passport for its elites—and Huawei’s detained executive...

A recent finding about a detained Huawei executive’s passports is likely to raise more questions about the telecom giant’s relationship with the Chinese government. In...

Twilight for Hong Kong’s Democracy?

Hong Kong’s young democracy activists are being thrown in jail. But the movement should hold out hope for change, both locally and in mainland...

Hong Kong’s new chief: detention of booksellers in China not our...

The kidnapping and detention of a group of Hong Kong booksellers is of no concern to the city’s government, its new leader has said. Five...

Have Hong Kong’s youth lost hope in the future?

"The Hong Kong we know isn't dying. It's already dead." That's the assessment of Jennifer, 29. She came from a modest family background, but studied hard...

Why are Hong Kong students committing suicide?

With long study hours and heavy workloads, it is easy to blame the education system for a recent spate of student suicides. But experts...

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