Chinese state media have been parroting Kremlin disinformation and offering sympathy for Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
The Chinese embassy in Pakistan has been seeking out journalists and offering them money in exchange for countering media that 'politicised and stigmatised' the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.
The vast majority of the nearly 3,500 accounts were part of a network that amplified Chinese Communist Party narratives related to its repression of Muslims in Xinjiang.
State media outlets have been compiling 'reader comments stories' that use the comments pro-Russian trolls post on the websites of Western media outlets as their basis to claim 'dissent'.
About 70% of the population in tribal districts use radio as their primary medium for news and entertainment.
While the rest of the world suffers under lockdowns due to COVID-19, Beijing appears intent on making the country appear to have moved on. See what Chinese state media is doing.
A number of countries have banned the Chinese app over national security concerns, arguing it is using data illegally and secretly collecting information about its users.
Beijing is actively trying to convince the world that its efforts during the global health crisis have been 'heroic'. Facts say otherwise.
More than 40,000 Iranians have died from coronavirus, not 14,000 as what the regime is projecting, as revealed by leaked documents.
Whether it is distorted coverage or outright conspiracy theories, Russian and Chinese content seeks to discredit democracies and create confusion about the coronavirus pandemic.