China

CAMRI’s work on China cited by Swiss Magazine

The Swiss magazine, MEDIENWOCHE, in an article about China’s expanding foreign media, has drawn heavily on work by CAMRI scholars. The article, which is published in German, suggests the […]

4th October 2018

Xin Xin discusses Why China’s tech-savvy millennials are quitting WeChat

Disillusioned users are leaving China’s most popular social network over growing privacy fears, writes Laurie Chen for the South China Morning Post. The article, published this week discusses the […]

4th October 2018

What happens when China’s state-run media embraces AI?

Two CAMRI academics have been quoted by a Columbia Journalism Review article that questions what might happen when China’s state-run media embraces AI. The article builds upon a 2016 […]

4th October 2018

China Media Centre presents CCTV productions at the British Museum

The University of Westminster’s China Media Centre hosts two conferences in partnership with China Central Television (CCTV) celebrating successful collaborations between UK and Chinese television teams. The first, entitled […]

4th October 2018

Xin Xin interviewed for South China Morning Post on TV dramas singing Communist Party’s praises

Xin Xin has been interviewed by the South China Morning Post in their article on the rise of TV Drama’s promoting the Communist Party. The article by Sarah Zheng […]

4th October 2018

Christian Fuchs on Al Jazeera’s media critique show “The Listening Post”

Click to view video on Aljazeera The great firewall update: Clamping down on VPNs Russia and China have both recently taken action against the use of VPNs, virtual private […]

4th October 2018

Gillian Youngs speaks at the ‘Internet + SHE Innovation and Development Beijing Forum’ in China

Gillian Youngs, professor of creative and digital economy and head of innovation and impact in WSMAD, was the international keynote speaker at the ‘Internet + SHE Innovation and Development […]

4th October 2018

Africa through Chinese eyes: CAMRI PhD Researcher Published in new book.

The screen fills with close-ups of smiling African faces against a black-and-orange background: the carefree child, the gap-toothed man with smoke curling from his pipe. The faces retreat into […]

4th October 2018

Westminster plays host to universities from around the world for Chinese Communication conference

The China Media Centre has hosted the International Conference on China and the Changing Geopolitics of Global Communication. The conference, which took place on the University of Westminster’s Marylebone Campus, […]

4th October 2018

Advertising on Social Media: The Reality behind the Ideology of “Free Access”: The Case of Chinese Social Media Platforms

This chapter analyses the political economy of advertising on Chinese Social media using Weibo, Youku and Renren. Using Marx’s theory of ideology, it examines “if the common sense of “free […]

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