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  1. Artists urged to respect other cultures

    Posted Jun 11th 2008, 12:00am by Vivienne Chow

    ... of censorship, but I think that censorship is based on respect,' he said. 'For example, when Avril goes to China, she's respectful of the culture and she does not swear. So all the [swear] ... in Sichuan to lose their loved ones and their homes. Actress Sharon Stone sullied her name and wrecked her career in China just as quickly with her comment that the devastating earthquake reminded ...

  2. Rogge flies into storm on internet U-turn

    Posted Aug 01st 2008, 12:00am by Peter Simpson

    ... and publish their work freely in China. There will be no censorship on the internet,' he said. With global condemnation mounting, Ms Davies admitted senior IOC members were under pressure ... Peter Simpson in Beijing Dissension wracks the IOC's senior ranks over 'broken promise' on censorship International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge arrived ...

  3. Self-help for the China-bound

    Posted Sep 05th 2010, 12:00am by Jason Wordie

    ... mouthed, politically correct self-censorship. An Englishman now based in London, Torrens lived in China for almost two decades. His personal interest in the mainland started early in life. 'An ... Jason Wordie Guides to successful business dealings in China have existed, in various forms, since the first foreign businessmen arrived in the Middle Kingdom centuries ago. In general, ...

  4. letters

    Posted Feb 09th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Beijing should ease curbs on citizens Google has threatened to withdraw from the mainland over censorship concerns. The American internet search giant says it has been attacked by China ...

  5. Beijing tightens control over activists, local media

    Posted Aug 08th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... help improve the professionalism of China's media industry.' Mr Ran said society had become more aware and, despite rigorous censorship, making comments on the internet was freer. He ... unprecedented freedom in China, especially in their reporting on the Sichuan earthquake after May 12, 2008. Some measures have been extended and overseas media still have more freedom covering news ...

  6. Lion City sees the bigger picture

    Posted Jun 29th 2008, 12:00am by Sonia Kolesnikov

    ... do' within the Singapore context- Tong says the problems for filmmakers lie elsewhere. 'Our censorship on a whole is not as stringent as China for example. So that's not our main ... on their immediate 'backyards', audiences in Malaysia and Indonesia. 'Singapore's problem is that we can't really plug into the China market,' he says. 'To a certain extent ...

  7. Post reporter wins two awards in human rights press competition

    Posted Mar 22nd 2009, 12:00am by Annemarie Evans

    ... Annemarie Evans A staff reporter from the South China Morning Post won two award plaques at the 13th Annual Human Rights Press Awards for stories written from Myanmar in the wake ... said Fred Armentrout, president of the Hong Kong English-speaking branch of International PEN. 'But it was the quality of the articles that were in the South China Morning Post', he ...

  8. Trading blows

    Posted May 03rd 2005, 12:00am by Mark O'Neill

    ... Dissenting voices in China claim isolating Japan through state-sanctioned hostilities will be detrimental to the mainland and its economic vitality, writes Mark O'Neill As thousands ... especially intellectuals, fear the hostility towards Japan is bad for China's image and will hurt its wider interests. These calmer voices are expressed not only in private conversations, ...

  9. Reading the East Wind

    Posted Mar 21st 2004, 12:00am by Karen Angel

    ... cliched expatriate accounts. The wish to evade China's government censors also plays a role, although it's one that seems to be lessening. In fact, censorship can be a boon: books ... by the US imprint Pantheon Books. 'China simply wasn't the interest of American publishers,' says Wang, 31. 'They wanted me to turn it into an autobiography. They said there has ...

  10. Censors delete 95pc of blogs a day, forum told

    Posted Jun 20th 2010, 12:00am by Amy Nip

    ... on internet usage released this week. There are about 220 million bloggers in China, according to a white paper on the internet published by the State Council on Tuesday. And more than 66 per cent ... and 3 million] reveals that 95.9 per cent of comments could be deleted during the censorship process,' Mao said. The surging number of internet users on the mainland is creating a big headache ...




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