(Repost) Digging Data in China: A Growing Industry

A panel in the recent GIJN Asia Conference on the latest development of data journalism in China.

(Repost) From Asia and beyond: experts discuss data journalism challenges

Ahead of this year’s Data Journalism Awards deadline, the organizer invited a few of us for a Slack chat to discuss data journalism development in Asia and beyond.

Why Open Data Is Good for China

(This op-ed was originally published on Global Policy, Mar 2017. The team at the Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) offered a lot of help from shaping the structure to editing the language. Special thanks to Joel, Mirko and Maddie.) In the past decade, open data has grown out of a conceptual discussion into a global … Continue reading

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