In the West, the Chinese media is often used as an example of government propaganda and censorship. Fred Teng, CEO of NewsChina, and Rong Xiaoqing, reporter for Sing Tao Daily, talk about the myth and reality of the Chinese media both in China and around the world.
The tenements where a dozen day laborers share a single room full of bunk beds are still easy to spot. The stores and restaurants are crammed together, their banners chaotically competing for attention. You still have to push and elbow your way through the sea of people on the street. But when the 2010 Census results, which were announced late last month, found the population in Manhattan’s Chinatown had dropped 8.7% in the past ten years, Wellington Chen felt it was a nightmare come true.
The Brian Lehrer Show “10 Questions that Count” census project kicks off with a conversation co-produced with Feet in Two Worlds. Turns out, New Yorkers are particularly hard-to-count: today’s guests explore why and what’s being done to reach local immigrant populations. Plus, an interactive look at some ...
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