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China's Changing Media Landscape

December 7, 2011

PLEASE NOTE VENUE CHANGE In association with the annual Shorenstein Journalism Award for Asia, conferred this year on China's pioneering Caixin Media group, this panel will look at the current...

Negotiating Religious Freedom: Christian Mobilization in the “Islamic State” of Malaysia

November 1, 2011

A series of events over the last few years, including attempts to deny non-Muslim rights to use the term "Allah," arson attacks on Christian churches, curbs on conversions of Muslims, and...

Fake Encounters in India: Instant Justice By Police and Posthumous Trial by Media

September 27, 2011

A police “encounter killing,” or simply “encounter,” is a term with no legal validity but which has seeped via the media into Indian English so surely that it has acquired a life of its own.

Social Media and the Globalization of Business

May 25, 2011

Social media – such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn – are increasingly being used for business purposes.

Internal and External Innovation Ecosystems in China 2.0

May 10, 2011

About the seminar Strategic value creation networks have become critically important in technology development and economic growth; co-creation relies the relationship infrastructure of people,...

Research Presentation (2 of 4) - Ishii, Moronaga and Takinami

May 3, 2011

In this session of the Shorenstein APARC Corporate Affiliate Visiting Fellows Research Presentations, the following will be presented: Wataru Ishii, "Promotion of Tourism in Japan:  Policies and...

China's Social Media: Same, Same, But Different

March 16, 2011

Thomas Crampton, who runs social media strategy in Asia-Pacific for the marketing and communications company Ogilvy and Mather, will speak about what social media means to China and Asia.

China 2.0: The Rise of a Digital Superpower (October 2010)

October 18, 2010

中文版--Chinese version available here China 2.0 Beijing Overview Videos Now Online!

China 2.0: The Rise of a Digital Superpower (May 2010)

May 24, 2010

China 2.0 at Stanford University, May 24-25, 2010 This two-day forum looks at the rise of China as a digital superpower.

The Cleanest Race: How the North Korean See Themselves and Why it Matters

February 12, 2010

Brian Myers will talk about his new book The Cleanest Race: How the North Korean See Themselves and Why it Matters (January 2010).

Citizen Journalism: The Experiment of OhmyNews

October 10, 2007

The talk will explore the seven years of OhmyNews in its effort to popularize what its founder, Mr.

A Walk of the Wild Side with Shanghai Gen X Writer Mian Mian

January 29, 2004

Born in Shanghai in 1970, Mian Mian first began writing at the age of sixteen.