Xiao Qiang is chief editor of China Digital Times, a Berkeley-based web site that tracks China's internet, publishes censored Chinese web postings and reports censorship instructions issued to Chinese state media. Foreign Policy magazine recently included Xiao in its "Pacific Power Index," as one of the 50 people most influential in shaping the U.S.-China relationship.
Xiao Qiang is chief editor of China Digital Times, a Berkeley-based web site that tracks China's internet, publishes censored Chinese web postings and reports censorship instructions issued to Chinese state media. Foreign Policy magazine recently included Xiao in its "Pacific Power Index," as one of the 50 people most influential in shaping the U.S.-China relationship. Stuart Leavenworth McClatchy
Xiao Qiang is chief editor of China Digital Times, a Berkeley-based web site that tracks China's internet, publishes censored Chinese web postings and reports censorship instructions issued to Chinese state media. Foreign Policy magazine recently included Xiao in its "Pacific Power Index," as one of the 50 people most influential in shaping the U.S.-China relationship. Stuart Leavenworth McClatchy