Wang, a beloved CMS/W colleague who founded the China-based media activism nonprofit NGO2.0, taught at MIT since 2001.
Triple play, OTT TV, and the Chinese logic of “select commercialization”
“The future of the Chinese online TV industry is increasingly organized as an ecosystem economy.”
Video, Jing Wang: “Walking Around Obstacles: Nonconfrontational Activists in Gray China”
Is there digital activism in China? What is it like to be an activist running a grassroots NGO in a land of censors?
Jing Wang, “Walking Around Obstacles: Nonconfrontational Activists in Gray China”
This talk challenges some of the binary assumptions we made about activism and China by bringing our attention to the gray zones in China where nonconfrontational activists are building an invisible and quiet coalition.
Narrative as an Aid for the Doctor-Patient Relationship in China
In China, when doctor-patient tension intensifies, some news media tend to blame the doctors, using misleading narratives to create sensationalism, thereby aggravating the antagonism between the society and medical professionals.
Heike, Jike, Chuangke: Creativity in the Chinese Technology Community
Creativity in Chinese technology communities and its implication in China’s development mode shift from “Made in China” to “Created in China.”
From Cambridge to Shenzhen: An update of NGO2.0
Starting this past August, NGO2.0 evolved from a project originally in MIT’s New Media Action Lab into a Shenzhen-based Chinese nonprofit organization, the TuOu Center for Nonprofit Tech Development.