CUSIB's Jing Zhang's article on China's war on baby girls published in National Review Online

The Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting (CUSIB) Advisory Board member Jing Zhang published an article in National Review Online on China’s war on baby girls. She describes reprisals by the Chinese communist authorities against a charity helping Chinese women keep and feed their infants. These reprisals have intensified after the daring escape from house arrest […]

Top China-Watcher Dr. Willy Lam supports continuing Voice of America Chinese broadcasts

China scholar and journalist Dr. Willy Lam has written to the Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting (CUSIB) in support of continuing Voice of America (VOA) radio and television broadcasts in Cantonese and Mandarin to China. CUSIB is an independent nongovernmental organization which supports broadcasting and other media programs from the United States to countries practicing […]

Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting members to testify in Congress

Harry Wu, Executive Director of the Laogai Research Foundation and Laogai Museum, and Reggie Littlejohn, President of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, will appear as panel witnesses On Tuesday, December 6, at the Congressional-Executive Commission on China hearing: “One Year After the Nobel Peace Prize Award to Liu Xiaobo: Conditions for Political Prisoners and Prospects for […]

Senator Lugar: Another U.S. Deficit -China and America- Public Diplomacy in the Age of the Internet

From Senator Lugar’s website: On February 15, 2011, Senator Dick Lugar released a report prepared by the minority staff of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee. In his letter accompanying the report, Senator Lugar wrote: Official U.S. interest in China for political, economic and strategic reasons has been part of our foreign policy for decades. […]