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Investigative Journalism in ChinaEight Cases in Chinese Watchdog Journalism$
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David Bandurski and Martin Hala

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9789622091733

Published to Hong Kong Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.5790/hongkong/9789622091733.001.0001

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The Journalism Tradition / By Ying Chan

(p.1) Introduction
Investigative Journalism in China

Ying Chan

Hong Kong University Press

By highlighting eight investigative stories that are of modern-classic status in China, this book offers a tribute to the Chinese men and women who have kept their faith in the art of truth-telling and investigative reporting intact in spite of great personal sacrifices and hardships. They have pushed their luck, on paths fraught with setbacks and disappointments. This book is about them, their hopes and desires in the ever-evolving, brave new world of Chinese journalism. In telling their stories, this book also explores the limitations and fragile state of Chinese journalism today.

Keywords:   investigative reporting, China, journalism, fellowship program, truth-telling, investigative journalism

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