While international reporting on China has improved by leaps and bounds since foreign journalists first started trickling into the country in the 1970s, major challenges remain in giving readers back home a balanced image. That was the message from a panel hosted by ChinaFile at Asia Society in New York on Thursday, where five current and former writers for The New Yorker took a critical look at media coverage on China.

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