Fellows

Veteran journalists from mainland China spend up to three months at the JMSC as Visiting Fellows. During their stay, they conduct research and participate in seminars and discussions with media professionals and scholars from Hong Kong and elsewhere. Fellows typically complete a research paper during their tenure at the JMSC and contribute to specific case studies or other research topics.

Fellows

China’s double standard

China's foreign minister recently said the West upholds a "double standard" when terrorist attacks happen on Chinese soil. Chang Ping argues that China has always wanted its own standard. Read More

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Xiong Peiyun

Currently a correspondent for Window On the South magazine and a leading columnist for The Beijing News, Xiong Peiyun is a prolific freelance journalist, contributing also to Southern Weekend, Southern Metropolis Daily and Hong...

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Bei Feng

Known more commonly by his online alias “Bei Feng” (北风), Wen Yunchao (温云超) is one of China’s best-known bloggers and experts on new media. After graduating from Harbin Engineering University in 1993, Wen worked as a news...

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Yang Hengjun

An expert on international affairs, a popular Chinese blogger, a business executive, a well-known writer of spy fiction — Mr. Yang Hengjun is a man of many talents. Currently a doctoral student at the University of...

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Zhang Ming

A professor in the political science department at Renmin University of China, Professor Zhang Ming is an expert on the history of political systems and rural politics in China. Professor Zhang is also well known for his...

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Chang Ping

Zhang Ping (Chang Ping) is one of China’s leading journalists. His commentary “Tibet: Nationalist...

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Dai Qing

Dai Qing is one of China’s most recognized journalists, authors and social activists. Born in 1941 in wartime Chongqing, Dai graduated in 1966 from Harbin Army Engineering College. She began publishing short stories in...

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