China's soft power...
The propaganda machinery of the Chinese state has emerged as an enduring force in the production of messages within contemporary China - despite decades of capitalist reform. This is due largely to an adaptation of the signs and symbols of the ruling Chinese Communist Party to the new advertising industry and media of the reform era.The Party's messages are now being tested internationally in Beijing's increasing projection of soft power.
The Line 21 Project is an online resource that focuses on contemporary Chinese state propaganda and public diplomacy. The project manages a collection of contemporary propaganda images on this website (click on 'Galleries' above), tweets regularly @line21project and provides analysis on Chinese propaganda, public diplomacy and soft power via its Wordpress blog. More...
latest from Line 21...
Insights into Global Times... nbcnews.com/news/china/chi…15th January @ 01:26
'CCTV' was always a little confusing to global audiences, with connotation of surveillance, etc... twitter.com/thepolarjourna…1st January @ 04:02
1) You will build at most an 'Okay Wall,' because the title is taken. 2) It won't keep the Manchus out. Trust us. twitter.com/realDonaldTrum…1st September @ 04:49
Is there anything to fear from this... apart from trite editorial?? twitter.com/fryan/status/7…20th August @ 15:01