Friday, November 20, 2009
For over a decade one of the few places to read investigative reporting in China was the bi-weekly business magazine Caijing. That effectively ended last week when Caijing’s editor abruptly resigned along with dozens of the magazine’s top staff. Chinese media analyst Jeremy Goldkorn explains how Caijing broke journalistic ground and what China has likely lost.
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