China is constantly in the global media limelight due to its growing presence and influence throughout the world. Journalists reporting on this rising superpower play a crucial role in explaining the complexities of its domestic developments and international activities to local publics. This is a formidable task, made even more difficult by the increasingly constrained environment in China forcing most critical journalists leave the country and work from outside its borders. This panel brings together reporters from different parts of the world to discuss how they see their role in shaping and challenging narratives on China and how they approach challenges that they face in conducting their work.
Co-sponsored by the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies and the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, Harvard University.
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