Posts Tagged ‘Huanqiu Shibao’

Chinese Media on Trilateral Espionage Tangle in Dandong

By | September 03, 2014

Is the case being brought against two Canadian entrepreneurs in the border city of Dandong about North Korean missionary activity, or a larger conflict between China and its other North American rival?

North Korean Missiles and Chinese Passenger Aircraft

By | March 12, 2014

A North Korean missile narrowly misses a Chinese passenger jet and an open rift is revealed. Read the full translation and analysis of PLA General Wang Hongguang’s op-ed, all by Sino-NK’s chief editor.

Gold, Ideology, and Self-Criticism in Chinese Coverage of the Jang Purge

By | January 01, 2014

Coverage of the fallout from the purge of Jang Sung-taek has been both abundant and fascinating, and this is particularly true for Chinese readers. Sino-NK newcomer Emile Dirks makes sure that the rest of the world doesn’t miss out on the energetic media expression of Beijing’s alarm at unusual North Korean conduct.

Special Economic Zones after the Purge

By | December 30, 2013

A Sino-NK trio translates an early PRC response to the Jang Sung-taek purge, revealing data about the new Onsung Special Economic Zone and the desire of both sides to retain a veneer of normalcy in the Chinese-North Korean trade relationship.

PLA General on “Incalculable Damage” of North Korea’s Nuclear Program

By | December 20, 2013

If China begins to see itself as the primary victim of North Korea’s nuclear research, then a more confrontational approach toward Pyongyang becomes possible, reveals a new translation by Nathan Beauchamp-Mustafaga.

Huanqiu on Kim Jong-un’s “Hammer Blow”

By | December 18, 2013

China’s initial response to the execution of Jang Sung-taek looked even-handed and predictable, Adam Cathcart finds. However, the Chinese version of the editorial in question was different. Not supportive or radical, but nevertheless cut from noticeably different cloth.

PRC Media Wastes No Time Calling North Korea’s Six-Party Bluff

By | September 20, 2013

On September 18, Kim Kye-gwan went to Beijing to attend a conference on the tenth anniversary of the Six-Party Talks. North Korea may have thought his comments would be well-received. They were wrong. Adam Cathcart looks into it.

High on Comradeship: China Publicizes the DPRK Drugs Issue

By | June 11, 2013

Nick Miller reviews an intriguing Global Times report from mid-March, one that looks a lot like a public shot across North Korea’s drug-producing bow.