At a time when power is still consolidated within state run and corporate sponsored media, we are witnessing many communities using the internet as a means of resistance, organising and education.
This episode sharpens our gaze towards contemporary feminist activism in China, and the digital tactics used by the Chinese #MeToo movement in the face of restriction and censorship online.
Carol Que is a media educator and researcher interested in contesting carceral realities and digital futures. She is joined by writer Qian Jinghua and Feminist Voices’ founding editor 吕频 Lü Pin to discuss access to information, creating our own platforms, and fortifying our communities online.
Produced by Thanh Hằng Phạm