Chinese Communist Party Media Outlet Continues Paying US Counterparts Millions to Publish Its Propaganda
According to the statement, China Daily’s overall expenses from May 1 to Oct. 31 this year were above $4.4 million, in which around $3.1 million was spent on printing, advertising, and distribution, and about $1.3 million for payrolls and other operating expenses.
<!–[CDATA[ ZACHARY STIEBER | EPOCH TIMES A Chinese propaganda outlet paid millions of dollars to The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal to run advertisements that look to some like news reports. China Daily paid more than $4.6 million to the Post and nearly $6 million to the Journal since November 2016, new documents filed with the U.S. Department of Justice […]
VOA NEWS China has revoked the press credentials of three journalists with the U.S.-based Wall Street Journal newspaper over a recent editorial headline the government deemed racist. Foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang told reporters in Beijing Wednesday that the paper refused to apologize for the editorial in its February 3 edition, titled “China is the […]
Zhong Sheng | Minghui In recent years, more and more people have gained a better understanding of the international reach of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s propaganda. In fact, the CCP has invested 45 billion yuan since 2009 to expand propaganda outside of China in order to control public discourse and expand its brainwashing tactics […]
Jack Hu | Global Voices China’s national parliamentary body recently passed legislation for the country’s first expansive civil code, which will help judges decide legal disputes on property, contracts, inheritance, and marriage. The new code, which is expected to be adopted in 2020, builds on the few existing civil laws in the communist country. Of the current 126 additions tabled by the […]