The war in Ukraine in Sinophone media

The war
in Ukraine
in Sinophone
media

29 August 2022
1400 - 1600
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Key
questions

How does the vocabulary employed in the coverage of the war in Ukraine reflect the underlying political agendas and biases?

What are the moral problems in the Sinophone coverage of the conflict? Is it possible to speak about the violation of the norms of journalistic ethics?

Are there any significant differences in the state media coverage of the conflict depending on whether they target domestic or international audiences?

Are there any significant discrepancies between state-owned and privately-owned media?

What are the procedures for fact checking and source finding involved in the reporting on Ukraine in Sinophone media?

Participants

Isabel Hilton
Isabel
Hilton
Moderator
founder of ChinaDial-
ogue.net
Luwei Rose Luqiu
Luwei
Rose Luqiu
assistant professor at
the School of Commu-
nication at Hong Kong
Baptist University
David Bandurski
David
Bandurski
analyst and editor at the
University of Hong
Kong's China Media
Project
Yevheniia Hobova
Yevheniia
Hobova
researcher at A.
Krymskyi Institute of
Oriental Studies, Nation-
al Academy of Sciences
of Ukraine
Oleksiy Koval
Oleksiy
Koval
board member of the
Ukrainian Association of
Sinologists
Chong Ja-Ian
Chong
Ja-Ian
assistant professor at
the Department of Polit-
ical Science, Faculty of
Art and Social Sciences
at National University of
Singapore

Organizers

A. Krymskyi Institute Of Oriental Studies
Ukrainian Association Of Sinologists
Helvetica Publishing House

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