Tag Archives: He Qinglian

2021: Propagandizing Foreigners to Reach China’s Domestic Audience: Why PRC External Propaganda is Often Ineffective

He Qinglian’s book Hongse Qinlve 红色侵略 [Red Infiltration] discusses the impressive PRC media outreach and pressure overt and covert to bring ostensibly independent Chinese media outlets under Party control or heavy influence. Parts of the book on PRC infiltration of … Continue reading

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A Sign of the Times: Party Propaganda Reaching for New Heights of Absurdity

China’s real achievements in lifting great numbers of its people out of poverty are still accompanied by bodyguards of lies. It makes me wonder why China’s Communist Party could be surprised at how little credibility it has both within China … Continue reading

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PRC State-Sponsored Trash Talk/Media Infiltration in New Zealand

New Zealand Professor Anne-Marie Brady recently translated an anonymous poison pen letter on Chinese media infiltration in New Zealand and gave it to the New Zealand Parliament. This new information fits the pattern seen around the world and discussed in … Continue reading

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He Qinglian: Concerns as Taiwan Faces “Red Infiltration”

He Qinglian has a good commentary in the May 28th Dajiyuan (Epoch Times in Chinese) discussing her just-concluded three week speaking tour in Taiwan. A bit of an ad for her recent excellent  book (I’ve been reading it — (full … Continue reading

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Download He Qinglian’s Book on Media Control in China

Available as a  free PDF format book from Human Rights in China,  He Qinglian’s The Fog of Censorship paints a detailed portrait of the workings of the Chinese censorship system.  See the Table of Contents below. Download the book at http://www.hrichina.org/sites/default/files/PDFs/Reports/HRIC-Fog-of-Censorship.pdfContinue reading

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