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

Infographics Booming in China

Sina, China’s largest internet portal and media website, launched a channel for infographics this week. Its main mission is visualizing news, as claimed on its official weibo (microblog) introduction. Sina is already the late comer. In the past year, infographics has been booming in China. Magazines and newspapers are building more graphics, blogs are translating … Continue reading

Internet Resources for Doing Business Journalism in China

This is a post about my presentation at Financial Media Institute 2011, held by Hong Kong Baptist University’s journalism school last month. You may find the slides and my talking points below. Internet resources for business journalist in asia View more presentations from Jinxin Ma Imagine you just got an assignment from your editor on … Continue reading