How data and social media are transforming investigative journalism in China

If you put “investigative journalism + China” in Google search bar, you will probably be disappointed with the few results it returns. There is a book about it <Investigative Journalism in China: Eight Cases in Chinese Watchdog Journalism>, which I read a few years ago and would still recommend. For the English-reading world, there is really limited … Continue reading

New Journey: Innovation x UNDP @Bangkok

This is official:
I have joined United Nations Development Programme’s Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific in mid August.
My title is given as: Innovation Communications & Technology Expert – hard to tell what it means.
Since Bangkok is where the regional office is located, I have moved here from Hong Kong.

Eight journalists to follow on Twitter for information on China

Twitter can be a great resource for news about China. Here are some picks for whom to follow on the microblogging service for updated information on China in English. My recent post introduced a few sites to follow for news about China in English. Some of those sites also have Twitter feeds, including China Digital Times, ChinaSMACK and China … Continue reading

Five news resources for information on China

This post first published on IJNet. China’s vast global influence means more reporters are interested in covering the nation. Here are IJNet’s top picks for following the country in English. In addition to mainstream media outlets like the Wall Street Journal’s China Real Time Report and Evan Osnos from the New Yorker, there is a wealth of information about … Continue reading