New Media and Chinese Nationalism

May 16, 2008

Journalist Thomas Crampton looks at how Chinese nationalism is being expressed in new digital media, including what he calls "user-generated propaganda" on YouTube and anti-foreigner sentiments in online video games.

Journalist Thomas Crampton looks at how Chinese nationalism is being expressed in new digital media, including what he calls "user-generated propaganda" on YouTube and anti-foreigner sentiments in online video games.Crampton, who lives in Hong Kong, contributed this video to the Workshop for Ethics in Business event, "Olympic Mettle: Business, Civil Society, and Politics During the Beijing Games."

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