As Chinese 'media' and 'democracy' are interlinked in a single framework, people expects from media to wake up democracy in China, not the vice versa.
It is through the wide contribution of picky media that today has made it possible to at least speak in favour of self-contained civil societies and public spheres in China. With these issues unresolved, and with market economics and representative democracy only partially institutionalised, Chinese Government has detected that socialism and fascism in today's era would not be taken as alternative models for modern society. A society which is media driven and can be scanned as long as it is 'Chinese local media'. But to the extent where Chinese Government enters the boundaries of International scrutiny, capitalist democracy in both the economic and political spheres is unable to acquire superiority. However, the efforts on part of the Government could be on its way showing fascism along with its military failure and all the inefficiencies of state socialism and authoritarian tendencies can be put in the court of Chinese Government.
Media currently is playing hide and seek with the Chinese democracy where on seeking any possibility of democratic revival, International media would consider it a genius. ...
y which has opened some new ways for building up a better image of democracy among the International media relations, International Media can help in protesting to social inequalities. Since this issue is the main obstruction in reviving a democratic China, therefore media can juxtapose 'social construction' in awakening democracy. These inequalities require a foreign body to predict reality on the basis of racial differences (Vhang et al, 1998). The foreign media can utilise this little opportunity from behalf of the Chinese government to make the Chinese public understand the responsibility to deliver a 'new' generation. A generation free from social inequalities and injustice. This would serve as the first step towards a democratic Government.
International media can turn Chinese educational centers into 'revolutionary centers' as long as differences exists between yellow race and Koreans and Chinese who pour into schools from deprived and shabby homes quickly amaze with their high IQ scores. Such a social construction would serve as an injection at the ground root level where media would not only infuse equality among the public which would ultimately lead to democratise China but also would be helpful to develop a society where there would be no hard and fast social class differences among the citizenry. This message of equality from the international media would change the thinking of at least the younger generation, and on the basis of such equality democracy would be strengthened in China. From the local community 'town meetings', to the media of discussion and questioning, when all the racial and social differences would be alleviated the outcome would be finally into the great halls of the legislatures, the courts, the executive departments for prudent