Multi-section ReportsAugust 6, 2008

Search Engine Use

The percentage of internet users who use search engines on a typical day has been steadily rising from about one-third of all users in 2002, to a new high of just under one-half (49%).

CommentaryAugust 5, 2008

No Longer in the News, Earthquake Survivors Face a Painful Recovery

Media focus in China turned away weeks ago from the May 12 earthquake to the Beijing Olympics, which begin in just a few days.

CommentaryJune 17, 2008

China’s earthquake and internet

People say the Chinese internet is mostly an entertainment network. But looking at what happened online during the aftermath of the Sichuan earthquake reveals a Chinese internet with a depth and soul and much, much more.

PresentationsJune 13, 2008

What has China’s earthquake done to its internet?

People say the Chinese internet is mostly an entertainment network. But looking at what happened online during the aftermath of the Sichuan earthquake reveals a Chinese internet with a depth and soul and much, much more.

CommentaryMay 19, 2008

China’s Earthquake on TV and on the Internet: Part II

Senior Research Fellow Deborah Fallows reports from China on how the earthquake recovery is portrayed on TV and on the internet.

CommentaryMay 16, 2008

China’s Earthquake on TV and on the Internet

(Read on for an account of how blogs, Twitter, and Google provided news coverage in China this week.)

CommentaryApril 7, 2008

Team China

Another example of how Chinese newspapers, websites, and internet users react in harmony and rally on many issues: “People ‘sign up’ to slam media bias.”

CommentaryNovember 12, 2007

Amicus Brief Alert

How the Fair Housing Act intersected with Pew Internet Project data via Craigslist.

CommentaryOctober 3, 2007

Internet Mooncake Mania

In China, even mooncakes are making their way online.

CommentarySeptember 14, 2007

Screens Along the Silk Road

In my ongoing quest to visit as many internet cafes in China as possible, I was on the lookout last week during our visit to Urumqi (aka: Wulumuqi), a city of about 3 million along the Silk Road in the northwest corner of China.