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香港凤凰周刊 2015年第3期 Phoenix Weekly 2015 No.03

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PHOENIX WEEKLY INTRODUCTIONSlogan: Independent thinking for Chinese all over the world 为全球华人提供独立意见Phoenix Weekly is a Hong Kong based news magazine mainly focusing on current affairs, politics and culture. It is sponsored by Hong Kong Phoenix TV and franchised by the Information Office of Chinese State Council and Chinese State Administration of Press and Publication and is published in Mainland China.As a regional magazine connecting Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, Phoenix Weekly is committed to building a unique and neutral stance in political and cultural reporting for Chinese around the world, uncovering the most influential events and people of our time, and financial and political news under spotlights.SECTIONS AND FORMATSTrendingThis section collects data journalism concerning public life, provides news insights and analysis, and brings in up-to-date global headlines from major international news stations and the latest of Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and surrounding countries. Additionally it looks at China from a comparative perspective by selecting some of the best foreign media coverage on China.Cover StoryThe leading column of Phoenix Weekly, usually provides in-depth exclusive reports on some of the most important political, cultural and life events in China, including those in Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan. Mainland PoliticsThis section primarily focuses on the latest movement in law, major investigations, social policies and Communist Party that effects Chinese society. The coverage confined chiefly, but not exclusively, to people, public and social affairs, government policies, legal investigations, religious and ethnic problems and military affairs. With its Hong Kong identity, it is unique among Chinese weeklies in providing exclusive reports with an internal yet detached perspective.Taiwan, Hong Kong & MacauReports involving Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao and other Chinese communities outside mainland China have always been a specialty of Phoenix Weekly. It dives deep into the political, economic and social life in these communities and boasts a distinctive writing style that seeks to include the most wanted information in a limited space.ObserverThis section adopts interviews with some of the top social researchers, scholars, economists and institutional managers in China, with occasional contributions from them. By presenting professional observations on the most pressing social problems in modern China, it answers many crucial questions arising from Chinese political reforms and social changes.WorldMainly dedicated to national security and diplomacy, such as security issues in Korean peninsula, South Sea disputes and China-Japan relations. It also discusses international issues of regional significance or those effecting China.DefenseEclectic and objective reports on the world defense and geopolitical issues.FeatureIt set out to tell the news through people in an intensive and in-depth fashion, creating a sense of presence for readers.BusinessFocusing events that influence Chinese economy, especially those in Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and overseas, important economic events in mainland China are also included. It helps to explain economic principles and gives analysis on significant commercial topics.Galleries A picture column assembling carefully selected news photographs from foreign media. It further explores news and global trends through texts offering behind-the-scenes perspective and anecdotes by our writers, editors and other collaborators.HistoryArticles revealing historical truth, stories are...

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