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The U.S./China Media Brief seeks to assist media outlets and journalists to cover U.S.-China relations. We offer easily-accessible information materials ranging from online interviews to written articles on Sino-American issues.
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The People’s Republic of China at 60: Some Chinese American Perspectives and Podcasts

Gordon H. Chang on the 60th Anniversary of the PRC.

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Interview with Professor Gordon H. Chang, Stanford University

Gordon H. Chang is professor of history at Stanford University. His writing examines United States-East Asian relations and Asian American history. He is the author or editor of numerous books and articles on these subjects.

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Janet Yang on the 60th Anniversary of the PRC.

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William Wong on the 60th Anniversary of the PRC.

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Frank Wu on the 60th Anniversary of the PRC.

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Philip Guo on the 60th Anniversary of the PRC.

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PROFESSOR MEI RENYI - "China on the Rise: Is America Still Important?": With China on the rise, is studying American history and culture still important?

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INSIDE CHINESE MEDIA AND JOURNALISM TODAY: Prof. Li Xiguang, in an exclusive interview with the U.S.-China Media Brief Director, Russell C. Leong, probes into the complex relationship between media, journalists, and the U.S. and Chinese governments.

Prof. Li is candid and detailed, drawing from his experiences as a veteran journalist at the Xinhua News Agency and as a science reporter for the Washington Post.

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MP3 - I: Prof. Li on his experience and background as an journalist working in the U.S. and China.

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MP3 - II: Prof. Li on the emergence of China as a global nation and whether U.S. media is more sensitive, constant, or different from the time when he worked at the Washington Post.

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MP3 - III: Prof. Li on the difference between the media and the press in the U.S. and China from a financial and economic standpoint.

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MP3 - IV: Prof. Li on the U.S. media and journalists and what they can do to improve their reporting of U.S.-China relations.

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MP3 - V: Prof. Li on his book, "A Manual on Human Rights Reporting."

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MP3 - VI: Prof. Li on School of Communication and Journalism, Tsinghua University, and his role as executive dean.

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Sam Guo and Vinay Lal: Experts Offer Perspectives on China, India and U.S. Media

The May 4, 2009 New York Times contained an article headlined: "U.S. Media See a Path to India in China's Snub."

The gist of the article was that after years of effort to grow their businesses in China, U.S. media companies such as Viacom, Time Warner and News Corp. have grown disillusioned by the lack of progress there and are now eyeing the region's other market of more than a billion potential customers: India.

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Interview with Los Angeles Times Beijing Bureau Chief Barbara Demick, conducted by George T. Johnston. Developed by the U.S./China Media Brief Project at the UCLA Asian American Studies Center

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Russell Leong's Oct. 9, 2008 interview with Ying Chan, Director and Professor, Journalism and Media Studies Center, the University of Hong Kong

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Interview with Professor Min Zhou, UCLA

Min Zhou is professor of Sociology and Asian American Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. She discusses the changes in contemporary Chinese America and the Chinese ethnoburb in the San Gabriel Valley, Los Angeles.

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Interview with Professor Y.C. Chen, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

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