U.S. Puts New Limits on Visas for Chinese Journalists

The White Home programs to dramatically tighten rules governing Chinese journalists operating in the U.S., the newest move in a tit-for-tat media feud that will come at a time of deteriorating relations among the two nations.

Underneath new rules unveiled by the Section of Homeland Security on Friday, the duration of do the job visas for journalists from mainland China used by non-U.S. media will be lowered to a optimum of ninety days. Chinese reporters can implement for extensions, each just one also limited to ninety days.