Monday Dec 9
China Withholds Visa Approvals for New York Times, Bloomberg Journalists
Chinese authorities have been withholding residence visas for reporters working for The New York Times and Bloomberg in what appears to be retaliation for the agencies' investigations into wealth accumulated by leaders' families.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
US journalists feel wrath of Beijing
Beijing: China appears poised to expel nearly two dozen foreign journalists at The New York Times and Bloomberg in a drastic escalation of pressure being placed on foreign news organisations operating in the country.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
National Public Radio
China Threatens To Expel Reporters After Reports On Leaders' Wealth
Chinese authorities have threatened to toss out all of the reporters for The New York Times and Bloomberg in China after 18 months of blockbuster stories exposing corruption among the elites - including, in the Times case, the family of Premier Wen Jiabao, who ruled for a decade, and Bloomberg's reporting on Li Keqiang, who took over in March.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
The Hartford Courant
New York Times CEO says Chinese language site under review
New York Times Co Chief Executive Officer Mark Thompson said the publisher is going to keep all its money losing operations under review - including those in China - as he seeks to negotiate the newspaper's increasing shift towards a digital landscape.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Silicon Alley Insider
The Situation For Journalists In China Is Becoming Untenable
The situation for foreign journalists in China has never been good. While freedom of speech is included in the constitution , in practice censorship has been widespread throughout the country for decades.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
The New York Observer
Times China Story Echoes Story Allegedly Killed by Bloomberg News
Last week, The New York Times ran a story on China that sounded remarkably like a story that the Times reported had been killed by Bloomberg News.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
China Digital Times
Discussion of Wen's Daughter Censored
The Chinese websites for the Wall Street Journal and Reuters have both been blocked by the Great Firewall of China.
JPMorgan Hiring Of 'Lily Chang' May Have Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Implications
According to the New York Times, JPMorgan Chase , headed by chairman, president and CEO James "Jamie" Dimon, clandestinely hired Lily Chang at $75,000 a month to help improve the bank's clout in China.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Mystery behind J P Morgan's China deals being probed
P Morgan paid $1.8 million over two years to a small consulting firm run by the daughter of former Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao, The New York Times reported on Thursday, a relationship that is part of a wider US probe into the Wall Street bank's hiring practices in the region.
The Huffington Post
Peter S. Goodman: The Most Disturbing Part Of The JPMorgan News Is That It's Not Shocking At All
No one who has spent more than a little time in China can be shocked by the latest blockbuster from The New York Times about the means through which the family of former Premier Wen Jiabao traded access to power for personal gain.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
Voice of America
JPMorgan Secretly Hired Daughter of Wen Jiabao: Report
The New York Times is reporting JPMorgan Chase secretly employed the daughter of Wen Jiabao, who until recently was China's prime minister and the ain overseer of the world's second largest economy.