Fang Kecheng is a doctoral candidate at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania. His research interests include digital media, journalism, and political communication, mainly in the Chinese context. He has been working on several projects examining the digital disruption in the information environment in an authoritarian regime, including how China's propaganda machine adapts to digital media and seeks to win hearts and minds both at home and abroad, how users creatively participate in online collective actions, and how media organisations respond to the changes.
We are happy to announce a new collaboration between the Made in China Journal and the website CNPolitics.org, a Chinese-language academic website specialising in the popularisation of social science research. In the coming months, CNPolitics will translate and feature a selection of our articles, making them available to a Chinese-speaking audience. In this conversation, CNPolitics […]