April 19, 2024 Special Announcements No. 1469

MEMRI Chinese Media Studies Project Celebrates UN Chinese Language Day, Offers Free Subscription To Translated Reports, Analyses, And Videos

April 19, 2024
China | Special Announcements No. 1469

WASHINGTON, D.C., April 20, 2024 – In 2021, the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) added Chinese to its growing list of priority languages. The MEMRI Chinese Media Studies Project is celebrating UN Chinese Language Day today and providing a free subscription to research providing a greater and more nuanced understanding of China, its people, its Chinese Communist Party-led government, its ideology, and its regional and international aspirations.

For the past 25 years, MEMRI has sought to bridge the language gap between the Arab and Muslim world and the West by providing timely and impactful open-source material in English to Western audiences about the reality of the Middle East, translating primary source material from Arabic, Farsi, Turkish, Urdu, and Pashtu into English and other Western languages.

Since its launch, the MEMRI Chinese Media Studies Project has published 96 reports and 48 clips. These clips have received over 1.2 million views on the MEMRI website and social media. You can view all the latest reports and analyses on the Project's website and all the clips on the Project's page on the MEMRI TV website.

The Chinese Media Studies Project covers subjects that include the following.

Subjects Of Reports And Clips

China Relations With Russia

China Relations With Iran

China Relations With Hamas

Chinese Communist Party

China's Hegemonic Ambition In The South China Sea

China's Coersion In The Indo-Pacific Region

China's Economy

Anti-U.S. Rhetoric

Military & Security Developments

Regional Relations

International Relations

Human Rights

Chinese Culture

Reactions To COVID-19

Cartoons & Animated Videos

Subscribe to receive free updates from the Chinese Media Studies Project here.

The project translates speeches by a wide range of Chinese government and military officials and statements by journalists from numerous Chinese-language TV channels and newspapers.

Chinese-Language TV Channels

CGTN Network (China)

CCTV (China)

Haokan Video (China)

"China News Service"

"Anti-Cult Network"

"Hu Xijin on Douyin"

"PLA on Sina Weibo"

Chinese-Language Newspapers

Global Times

Beluga Defense

China Review News


Please make a tax-deductible contribution to MEMRI’s Chinese Media Studies Project today, to help us continue this critically important work. 


Founded in February 1998 to inform the debate over U.S. policy in the Middle East, MEMRI is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit, 501(c)3 organization. MEMRI's main office is located in Washington, DC, with branch offices in various world capitals. MEMRI research is translated into English, French, Polish, Japanese, Spanish and Hebrew.

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