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Xu Peixi
Xu Peixi is Associate Professor at Communication University of China, Beijing. He is also PhD candidate and researcher at the University of Tampere, Finland. His research interests include International Communication, Citizen Participation and New Media. He can be reached at xupeixi@gmail.com.
April 11, 2013
Apple: Another victim of economic McCarthyism?
Apple’s brush with the Chinese media and consumers can be read as a Chinese reply to Obama’s fanning up economic McCarthyism.
April 9, 2013
Mrs Thatcher’s encounter with China
Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was ally of China during key point of Chinese history.
March 17, 2013
Cyber attack battlefield: the clash of victimhood
The U.S. government is making false claims of being victimized by Chinese cyber security firms. The opposite is closer to the truth.
March 8, 2013
'Chinese dream' a new point of departure for political thinking
The new "Chinese dream" praises traditional Chinese values while at the same time calling for policies that will promote development and innovation.
February 26, 2013
Interpreting the second wave of cyber security threats to China
The U.S. government continues to challenge China in the field of internet governance and manipulates public opinion against Chinese interests.
August 19, 2011
London riots resonate in China
But globalization plays a central role in mobilizing labor and capital, producing winners and losers. Riots in China and the UK are byproducts of the same process.
August 18, 2011
When new media meets old media
Online, people-driven news is "a democracy-sustaining dialogue between different actors in society."
August 5, 2011
A freedom of speech with Chinese characteristics
Freedom of expression in China is neither as open as the government suggests nor as restricted as the West believes.
July 30, 2011
From Titanic to high speed trains
The Titanic disaster has parallels with the Wenzhou high-speed train crash. What lessons can we draw by reflecting on technology's role?
July 8, 2011
Defending the right to know in China
The Guo Meimei case can be read as a partial upspring of democracy. Specifically, it is about the Chinese people's lack of trust in big institutions.
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