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    North Korea Farmers Shun New Won
    Reuters – UK – April 20, 2010

    International blogging conference puts Internet press freedom on the agenda
    Deutsche Welle – Germany — April 16, 2010

    Target your market: working moms
    Global Times – China – April 14, 2010

    I was Hacked in Beijing
    New York Times – US – April 9, 2010

    Mail or malware? In China, hard to tell
    Hindustan Times – India – April 9, 2010

    IFJ Urges China and Yahoo to Investigate Email Infiltration
    International Federation of Journalists – EU – April 6, 2010

    Cybercrime concerns grow in China
    Financial Times – UK – April 5, 2010

    Another incident, another company withdraws
    Washington Post – US – April 5, 2010

    Hackers hit China foreign correspondents club website
    AFP – France – April 3, 2010

    Reporters’ website attacked in China
    Wall Street Journal – US – April 2, 2010

    Journalists Demand Yahoo Explain Hacked China E-Mails
    Business Week – US – April 2, 2010

    Foreign journalists in China seek answer from Yahoo on email breach
    Washington Post – US – April 1, 2010

    Journalists report Yahoo e-mail accounts hacked in China
    Committee to Protect Journalists – US – March 31, 2010

    Journalists’ E-Mails Hacked in China
    New York Times – US – March 31, 2010

    Google blames China’s ‘great firewall’ for blocking searches
    Guardian – UK – March 31, 2010

    Google investigates China staff over cyber attack
    Guardian – UK – Jan. 18, 2010

    Hackers Said to Breach Gmail Accounts in China
    New York Times – US – Jan. 18, 2010

    Targeted Malware Attack on Foreign Correspondents based in China
    China Digital Times – US – Sept. 28, 2009

    China Blocking Internet Sites As Tiananmen Anniversary Nears
    AHN – USA – June 2, 2009

    China blocking Twitter, websites
    Courier Mail – Queensland, Australia – June 3, 2009

    Twitter Unavailable to Users in China
    Wall Street Journal – USA – June 3, 2009

    China begins internet ‘blackout’ ahead of Tiananmen anniversary
    Telegraph – London, UK – June 2, 2009

    China Rises
    McClatchy, Trusted Voices – October 19, 2008

    China relaxes decades-old restrictions on media
    Times Online – October 19, 2008

    Olympic freedoms for foreign press in China set to expire
    AFP – October 17, 2008

    Beijing Olympic Games Come to a Close
    France 24 – September 24, 2008

    What of China’s Relaxed Environment for Foreign Reporters?
    Top China Suppliers – September 22, 2008

    Clock Ticks Down On Media Rules
    Imagethief – September 20, 2008

    What of China’s Relaxed Environment for Foreign Reporters?
    ImageThief – September 19, 2008

    FCCC Keep Up The Good Fight, And We Salute Them
    The Interesting Times – September 17, 2008

    Paralympics No Obstacle To Media Harassment
    Interesting Times – September 15, 2008

    Beijing Trades Shame for Respect
    The Star Bulletin – September 14, 2008

    In China, national interest a powerful, personal reflex
    The Chronicle Herald Columnists – September 10, 2008

    China’s Relaxed Reporting Rules Set to Expire
    AP – September 9, 2008

    Last Olympic News
    Shanghai Eye – September 1, 2008

    China’s Rulers Stay Tough Despite The Olympics Hoopla
    U.S. News – August 29, 2008

    Where Next For Post-Games China?
    BBC News – August 28, 2008

    An Olympic Triumph for China
    Asia Times – August 26, 2008

    Beijing’s Olympic Fanfare And Facade Fade
    UPI Asia Online – August 25, 2008

    IFJ Calls on China to Extend Media Freedom After Olympic Games
    Media Channel – August 25, 2008

    Tallying the Human Cost of the Beijing
    The Global and Mail – August 25, 2008

    Rogge Urges China to Keep Foreign Media Freedom
    AFP – August 25, 2008

    China’s Olympics Leave Mixed Legacy
    Philippin Daily Inquirer – August 24, 2008

    Photographer Treatment Unfortunate: IOC
    ABC Online – Australia – August 22, 2008

    China Gives 6 American Protesters 10 Day Detentions
    New York Times – August 22, 2008

    Reporting In Beijing
    The Wall Street Journal – August 21, 2008

    Olympic Harassment of Reporters and China Activists Continues
    Business Week – August 14, 2008

    Journalists Protest After Correspondent’s Detention
    The Wall Street Journal – August 13, 2008

    Chinese Police Rough Up British TV Reporter British
    Kansas City News – August 15, 2008

    Crackdown Continues for Chinese Human Rights Activists, With No Olympic Truce During Games Chinese
    Reporters Sans Frontieres – August 13, 2008

    Chinese Police Drag Away British Journalist
    Times Online – August 13, 2008

    The Games Have Begun – How Will They End?
    The Canadian Journalism Project – August 11, 2008

    China Presents Challenging Arena For Olympic Press
    Newspaper Blog – August 11, 2008

    China Keen to Show World Its Media Openness
    The Guardian – August 11, 2008

    Behind the Scenes: Internet Police Out in Force for The Olympics
    CNN – August 7, 2008

    China Apologizes for Police Beating of Foreign Journalists
    Kansascity News – August 7, 2008

    The Real China Story
    Broadcast – August 6, 2008

    Guidelines for Reporters Covering China and the Beijing Olympics
    Follow The Media – August 5, 2008

    New Fears About Olympic Press Freedoms
    Current – August 5, 2008

    Media-Australia: TV Network Denied Censor Role in China
    IPS News – August 6, 2008

    Protests? Pride? Gold medals? How will Beijing come out of these Games?
    ESPN – August 6, 2008

    Holding China to its pre-Olympics Words
    Chicago Tribune – August 6, 2008

    New Fears About Olympic Press Freedoms
    AP – August 6, 2008

    ’08 Olympics: How Nigerians Can Stay Out of Trouble in China
    This Day Online – August 4, 2008

    China Snooping on Olympic Hotel Guests
    Chinh’s News – August 2, 2008

    Advice For Foreign Journalists Covering Human Rights Situation During Beijing Games
    Media Channel – August 1, 2008

    Countdown to the 2008 Beijing Olympics – Censorship and the Media
    Sport Business News – July 31, 2008

    China to Limit Web Access During Olympic Games
    Defence Pakistan – July 31, 2008

    IOC caves to China Internet Censorship
    The Industry Standard – July 31, 2008

    Olympics Organizers Firm on Internet Censorship
    Bangkok Post – July 31, 2008

    China: Authorities’ Broken Promises Jeopardize Olympic Legacy
    Art of Patience Free Burma – July 31, 2008

    IOC Agrees to Internet Blocking at The Games
    Musings – July 31, 2008

    China Cracks Down on Dissidents
    TVNZ – July 30, 2008

    Some Web Sites Blocked at China Olympic Press Center
    PC World – July 30, 2008

    Olympics Body To Examine Censorship Claims
    Swiss News, World Wide – July 29, 2008

    Amnesty International: Human Rights in China Declining Ahead of Olympics
    VOA News – July 29, 2008

    China Using Olympics as ‘pretext’ for Crackdown: Amnesty
    AFP – July 29, 2008

    Human Rights in China Declining Agead of Olympics
    Irrawaddy – July 29, 2008

    Chinese Authorities’ Broken Promises Threaten Olympic Legacy
    AOL Blogs – July 29, 2008

    China, 10 Days From Games, Fails to Meet Pledges, Amnesty Says
    Bloomberg – July 29, 2008

    Will China clamp down on press coverage?
    Northwest Asian Weekly – July 26, 2008

    Lawmakers Critical Of China’s Olympic Progress
    National Journal Online – July 24, 2008

    US lawmakers consider Olympic rights message to China
    AFP – July 23, 2008

    China urges officials to heed press freedom vows
    Reuters – July 22, 2008

    China Olympics Security Undermine Media Freedom: Experts
    Reuters – July 14, 2008

    China’s Media Freedom Is In Name Only
    The Sydney Morning Herald – July 13, 2008

    Rusbridger attacks Chinese ‘censorship’ as Tibetan riots quelled
    The Journalism – July 13, 2008

    We think: China shouldn’t be able to stifle media freedom
    The Orlando Sentinel – July 11, 2008

    Media Worry About Olympic Restrictions In Chinna : Lenovo Pledges Full Support To Journalists
    The China Tech News – July 10, 2008

    Two Concerns for Olympics : Air and Access
    The New York Times – July 9, 2008

    China seen as reneging on media-freedom vow
    The Globe and Mail – July 7, 2008

    Human Rights Watch – Report on China!
    Report on Arrakis – July 7, 2008

    The Forbidden Olympics
    The Wall Street Journal – July 7, 2008

    The Locusts are coming, Journalist’s Guide to China
    China Economic Review – July 3, 2008

    Melinda Liu, Newsweek Beijing Bureau Chief
    Newsweek – July 2, 2008

    CHINA: ‘Within a Generation Beijing Will Cease to Exist’
    Inter Press Service News – July 1, 2008

    Cold turkey
    The Australian – Jun 18, 2008

    Olympic Pressure on China
    Council on Foreign Relations – Jun 17, 2008

    Best of the China blogs
    The Wall Street Journal – Jun 17, 2008

    China’s disturbing new regulations prior to Olympic Games
    Chinaview – Jun 12, 2008

    Disturbing new regulations prior to Olympic Games
    RSF (Reporters without borders) – Jun 11, 2008

    Foreign Journalists Encountering Censorship While Covering the Sichuan Earthquake
    Interesting Times – Jun 5, 2008

    Tibet still closed to foreign press
    The Times – Jun 5, 2008

    A Bad Omen
    American Journalism Review – Jun 4, 2008

    A breach in the wall?
    Tibet Rights.org – Jun 3, 2008

    Transcript of Press Conference by Tibet Activists on Eve of IOC
    Students for a free Tibet – Jun 3, 2008

    Condolences from Foreign Correspondents
    Newsweek – May 22, 2008

    Heck of a job, Commie
    Opednews – May 20, 2008

    Earthquake Rocks China
    The Wall Street Journal – May 13, 2008

    Earthquake in China
    Global Business – May 13, 2008

    The U.S. Military & Chinese Hacker Envy
    Science Friday – May 11, 2008

    China: In Numbers
    The Independent – May 10, 2008

    China: Beyond the Village Gates
    Index on censorship – May 8, 2008

    At war over words
    The Star.com – May 3, 2008

    Don’t Ignore World Press Freedom Day This Year
    Editor & Publisher – May 2, 2008

    Press Freedom 2008 – A year of global decline
    Denieuwereporter – May 2, 2008

    Death threats to journalists in China ahead of Olympics
    Khabrein.info – Apr. 30, 2008

    China ‘cracks down’ ahead of Olympics
    Sky News – Apr. 30, 2008

    Beijing marks 100-day countdown to Games
    Calgary Herald – Apr. 30, 2008

    100 days to go, but media are still kept in dark
    SCMP – Apr. 30, 2008

    Western media getting death threats
    Newsweek – Apr. 30, 2008

    China hails 100-day mark to Olympics amid Tibet, torch troubles
    Tibet Rights.org – Apr. 30, 2008

    Journalist death threats in China
    From the Frontline – Apr. 30, 2008

    Beijing marks 100-day countdown to Games
    Swissinfo – Apr. 30, 2008

    China hails 100-day mark to Olympics amid Tibet, torch troubles
    AFP – Apr. 30, 2008

    100 days ahead of the Beijing Olympics, FCCC concerned about deteriorating reporting conditions
    Phayul – Apr. 30, 2008

    Countdown Beijing: Western media getting death threats
    Newsweek (blog) – Apr. 30, 2008

    100 days ahead of the Beijing Olympics, FCCC concerned about deteriorating reporting conditions
    Gurgyal (blog) – Apr. 30, 2008

    China intensifies war against splittism
    Garowe online – Apr. 30, 2008

    Chinese whispers
    The Age – Apr. 29, 2008

    Expat press harassed in China
    Hollywood Reporter – Apr. 29, 2008

    Foreign reporters urge China to improve press freedoms
    Asia-Pacific News – Apr 29, 2008

    China’s heavy-handed methods hamper press freedom – Feature
    Earthtimes – Apr. 25, 2008

    China: Talk of maintaining new rules for foreign journalists after Olympics is greeted with scepticism
    Phayul News – Apr. 25, 2008

    Time to tear down the wall
    The Canberra Times – Apr. 24, 2008

    Chinese Nationalism May Tarnish Beijing Olympics
    VOA – Apr. 24, 2008

    Foreign journalists denied access to jailed activist wife
    EIN News – Apr. 23, 2008

    Muted alarm over Olympics coverage
    IHT – Apr. 20, 2008

    Chinese government wants apology from CNN
    National Post – Apr. 17, 2008

    Web Exclusive: Reporting from Tibet’s Cocoon
    The Spectator – Apr. 13, 2008

    Media ‘Freedom’ in China
    Zapora’s Weblog – Apr. 11, 2008

    Foreign Media in China Harassed on Tibet
    AP- Apr. 7, 2008

    Foreign Media Harassed on Tibet KansasCity.com – Apr. 7, 2008

    Anger at foreign journalists
    VirtualReview – Apr. 2, 2008

    Situation tense in Tibet neighborhood of southern Chinese city
    Voice of America – Mar. 22, 2008

    Tibet update: Press freedom, Nancy Pelosi and an ensuing PR battle
    ABN – Mar. 22, 2008

    Will Chinese regime silence media’s coverage of Tibetan protests?
    Epoch Times – Mar. 22, 2008

    News on Tibet under scrutiny
    CNN – Mar. 19, 2008

    China slams foreign media while restricting access to Tibet
    International Herald Tribune – Mar. 19, 2008

    Media tell of Chinese police threats over Tibet
    The Sydney Morning Herald – Mar. 19, 2008

    News of Tibet under scrutiny
    CNN – Mar. 19, 2008

    Foreign media clampdown spreads in China
    Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) – Mar. 19, 2008

    Sweeps in Lhasa; protest spreads across the Plateau
    Agam’s Gecko – Mar. 19, 2008

    China closes ethnic Tibetan areas to foreigners
    Guardian – Mar. 19, 2008

    FCCC Calls on China to Allow Reporters Access to Tibetan Areas
    YubaNet.com – Mar. 19, 2008

    China closes ethnic Tibetan areas to foreigners
    Burma News – Mar. 19, 2008

    Foreign media barred from Tibet in breach of Olympic media access pledge
    Playthegame – Mar. 19, 2008

    ‘Life or death struggle’ over Tibet, says China
    Communistparty – Mar. 19, 2008

    Tibetans rally in western China
    The Times – Mar. 19, 2008

    Tibet and The Great Firewall
    Science Friday – Mar. 18, 2008

    Tibetan protesters target Beijing
    Globe and Mail – Mar. 18, 2008

    China promises to open up Lhasa to international media
    The Hindu – Mar. 18, 2008

    Foreign journalists in China demand access to Tibet
    Burma News – Mar. 18, 2008

    Foreign correspondents try – in vein – to reach the TAR
    VirtualReview – Mar. 18, 2008

    FCCC Calls on China to Allow Reporters Access to Tibetan Areas
    Interesting Times – Mar. 18, 2008

    Rusbridger attacks Chinese ‘censorship’ as Tibetan riots quelled
    Journalism.co.uk – Mar. 18, 2008

    Foreign journalists in China demand access to Tibet
    Inquirer.net – Mar. 17, 2008

    Midnight Knocks on Many Doors
    Newsweek blog – Mar. 17, 2008

    Foreign correspondents ask China to allow access to Tibet
    Keralanext.com – Mar. 17, 2008

    Foreign journalists in China demand access to Tibet
    The Soul of Tibet – Mar. 17, 2008

    China Begins Roundup of Tibetan Protesters
    The Huffington Post – Mar. 17, 2008

    Beijing Olympics 2008: winning press freedom
    Bizcommunity.com – Mar. 17, 2008

    Catching the CCP propaganda machine re-handed
    The Peking Duck – Mar. 2, 2008

    Catching the CCP propaganda machine re-handed
    VirtualReview – Mar. 2, 2008

    From pollution to food, USOC hopes for best, plans for anything
    USA Today – Feb. 29, 2008

    Hoops and hurdles for Olympic media
    China Times – Feb. 29, 2008

    Hoops and hurdles for Olympic media
    AsiaTimes – Feb.29, 2008

    China failing on media freedom promises: group
    Reuters – Feb. 13, 2008

    RSF criticizes global community for cowardness
    The SPJ International Journalism Committee Blog – Feb. 13, 2008

    Rights Group: Bad Year for the Press in China
    Time (Blog) – Feb. 13, 2008

    Foreign Correspondent Ching Cheong Freed from Prison
    Newsweek Blog – Feb. 6, 2008

    Chinese new & improved open media
    The Peking Duck – Jan. 31, 2008

    Mixed Progress for Olympic Foreign Reporting Regulations One Year Later
    The Congressional-Executive Commission on China – Jan. 25, 2008

    British PM should push for press freedom in China
    Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) – Jan. 17, 2008

    Parachuting into Beijing
    The Seattle Times – Jan. 15, 2008

    China: A little bit of transparency
    The Australian – Jan. 12, 2008

    Foreign Journalists Denied Access to Jailed Activist’s Wife
    Radio Free Asia – Jan. 9, 2008

    Still the China I knew and loved
    The Peking duck – Jan. 9, 2008

    China: Alarming situation reported by Foreign Correspondents Club
    The China Aid Association – Jan. 3, 2008

    Foreign Correspondents Club of China claims it has 180 reports of journalists being obstructed
    Watching the Media – Jan. 2, 2008

    Reporters in China still face problems
    Phayul.com, Jan.1, 2008

    China exudes optimism despite critical new report
    International Herald Tribune – Jan. 1, 2008

    China’s big Olympic dreams
    Variety – Jan. 1, 2008

    News group says foreign reporters still face problems working in China despite rule change
    SportTarot – Dec 31, 2007

    ‘Foreign Reporters in China still face problems despite rule change’
    The Jerusalem Post – Dec 31, 2007

    Talk of maintaining new rules for foreign journalists after …
    Reporters without borders (press release), France – Dec 28, 2007

    Relaxation of China’s rules on foreign media likely to be extended
    Earthtimes, UK – Dec 27, 2007

    Foreign Journalists in China Call for More Press Freedom
    Korea Times, South Korea – Dec 22, 2007

    More growth, trade seen in store for China
    Trading Markets (press release), CA – Nov 30, 2007

    Foreign correspondents wary of harassment ahead of Olympics
    International Journalists’ Network (ijnet) – Aug 10, 2007

    Let the Reporting Begin
    On The Media – Aug 10, 2007

    China not meeting pledge of free media coverage
    PlayTheGame – Aug 10, 2007

    China, the Olympics and the press
    International Herald Tribune – Aug 10, 2007

    Reporting hurdle for foreign press
    PressDisplay.com – Aug 9, 2007

    China Pressed on Olympic Media Access, Environment, Rogge says
    Bloomberg- Aug 8, 2007

    Olympic Word Games
    Wall Street Journal (subscription) – Aug 8, 2007

    Foreign journalists grade China
    The Seattle Times – Aug 2, 2007