China Digital Times
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|Created by||Counter-Power Lab, University of California, Berkeley|
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China Digital Times (CDT; Chinese: 中国数字时代) is a bilingual news website covering China. It aggregates news and analysis from around the Web, while providing multimedia content, original analysis and commentary and translations. CDT Chinese aggregates more than 100 posts a day from Chinese cyberspace, focusing especially on that which is blocked, deleted or suppressed by state censors.
The website was started by Xiao Qiang at the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California, Berkeley in the fall of 2003. It is currently run by students of the university and other contributors from around the world. Sophie Beach is the executive editor of its English site.
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