A project funded by the Culture and Media Education Foundation to facilitate dialogue among independent and citizen journalists in Chinese communities in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Malaysia and mainland China. The conversation and exchanges are curated into different formats and distributed through various independent and citizen media outlets.
Latest posts by Chinese Border-crossing Question and Answer
The impact of Hong Kong protests on Taiwan’s presidential election and cross-strait relations
The axis of Taiwan’s political dynamics has shifted from the country's economy and administration to China factor and cross-strait relation.
How bad is African swine fever for the pork supply crisis in China?
Animal epidemic control is about people, such as whether or not the media could effectively monitor the authorities and inform the public at early stage of the outbreak.
Australia revokes Chinese tycoon's citizenship over alleged political interference in Australian politics
"...winding back CCP [Chinese Communist Party] interference as an unacceptable and counterproductive part of bilateral engagement is a step towards developing a healthy China-Australia relationship"
Macau’s Cybersecurity Law: Less About Security, More About Surveillance (And Censorship)
Various critics say the proposed law will provide a legal framework for mass surveillance, much more so than improve network security.
A Hong Kong Businessman Sparks Backlash After Blaming Muslims for His Restaurant's Failure in Malaysia
"How come [a nearby dim sum restaurant] has not been suffered from a lack of customers because of Muslim pork-less food culture?" one citizen journalist questioned.
Fake News Twists Hong Kong Airline Hostesses’ Refusal to Wear Chinese Name Tags
Chinese media portrayed the refusal as another example of Hong Kong-mainland tension. In reality, it was about privacy.