According to Hong Kong Post, the CCPPD assesses the overall strength and efficacy of the propaganda system including external and internal today, in particular, the impact on market forces in media and academia domains.
It also engages in proactive propaganda, writing, and disseminating information that the CCP believes should be transmitted to the world and instilled in various sectors.
As per the Hong Kong post, a popular medium that the CCP uses is the You-Tube Platform. It enables hand-picked frontier influences that push scripted narratives. These influencers are mainly China-based ethnic minority influencers from Xinjiang, Tibet and Mongolia.
It has established media organisations abroad and trained journalists who are active members of the Belt and Road Media Cooperation, Alliance and Union or other networks that are connected to China to act to promote its narratives to change public behaviour and outlook towards ideology fed.
Examples include- Belt and Road Journalists Network, and Belt and Road News Network. Countries such as Taiwan, Canada, Peru, Australia, Germany, the UK, the Philippines and Pakistan along with Cambodia are the top nations targeted by CCP Narratives.
It dispels propaganda around the Uyghur Ethnocide and denies the existence of human rights abuses by trained reporters, journalists, celebrities and commentators.
The Chinese media has reported that the citizens of China are venting out their frustration over the CCP as it has new cyberspace laws to censor content that goes against the image of the party.
The Chinese Cyberspace Administration has issued regulations for mobile and app makers to stop updating and improving apps that can help in uploading and downloading data or pictures that create problems for the Chinese Regime.
Attempts have been made by the CCPPD to censor speech, promote disinformation and fill the government’s preferred narratives.
Actions such as censoring the Internet and control are not new to China. This has been in force since 2000.
According to the Voice of America, the Chinese Ministry of Public Security launched the Golden Shield Project. This is a labyrinth mechanism of censorship and surveillance aimed at restricting contents and identifying and locating individuals