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What's Behind China's Press Freedom Protests?

What's Behind China's Press Freedom Protests?

(LinkAsia Bulletin: 1/8/13) China's feisty Southern Weekly newspaper has become the focal point of renewed press freedom protests after their controversial New Year's editorial was rewritten by propaganda officials. LinkAsia speaks with Anne Henochowicz of the China Digital Times about the impact these protests will have on censorship and press freedom in China.

What's Behind China's Press Freedom Protests?

(LinkAsia Bulletin: 1/8/13) China's feisty Southern Weekly newspaper has become the focal point of renewed press freedom protests after their controversial New Year's editorial was rewritten by propaganda officials. LinkAsia speaks with Anne Henochowicz of the China Digital Times about the impact these protests will have on censorship and press freedom in China.
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