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INTLPOL 260: DigiChina Newsroom: Explaining Chinese Tech Policy

The Stanford DigiChina project tracks, translates, and contextualizes Chinese digital economy and technology policy for diverse audiences. In this directed reading/clinic, students will track policy news, translate key documents and passages if able, and research and write up the context for the latest developments for publication during or shortly after the quarter. Instructors and students will agree on a primary subject area for each participant to track during the quarter, and each student will develop a variety of related content for publication online and in the DigiChina newsletter. For the duration of their participation, participants will have the title of Student Editor of DigiChina, working with the instructor, DigiChina Editor-in-Chief Graham Webster, and other professional contributors to develop content for publication. DigiChina, a Stanford-based project partnering with the think tank New America and the University of Leiden, is widely read and cited in journalism, think more »
The Stanford DigiChina project tracks, translates, and contextualizes Chinese digital economy and technology policy for diverse audiences. In this directed reading/clinic, students will track policy news, translate key documents and passages if able, and research and write up the context for the latest developments for publication during or shortly after the quarter. Instructors and students will agree on a primary subject area for each participant to track during the quarter, and each student will develop a variety of related content for publication online and in the DigiChina newsletter. For the duration of their participation, participants will have the title of Student Editor of DigiChina, working with the instructor, DigiChina Editor-in-Chief Graham Webster, and other professional contributors to develop content for publication. DigiChina, a Stanford-based project partnering with the think tank New America and the University of Leiden, is widely read and cited in journalism, think tank, academic, and government sources, and is used by businesses around the world. It operates on a journalistic-scholarly hybrid model, balancing timeliness and public policy relevance with a commitment to scholarly rigor. Chinese-language ability is highly useful, but not a hard requirement if there is a fit. Enrollment is by instructor approval, and interested students should send a one paragraph statement of interest to gweb@stanford.edu by March 19.
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