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  1. Unhappiness over aquarium censorship

    Posted May 23rd 2012, 12:00am

    ... chairman of the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements in China, said 'this is killing Hong Kong people's freedom of speech', and demanded an apology. Ocean Park responded by saying the censorship had nothing to do with politics. ...

  2. Author appeals for end to censorship

    Posted Mar 14th 2007, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Vivian Wu Banned author Zhang Yihe and three mainland lawyers have sent an open letter to National People's Congress deputies appealing to them to abolish unreasonable censorship rules and investigate publishing authorities that are suppressing freedom of speech. The letter, sent yesterday, called for an inquiry into 'unconstitutional' censorship methods ...

  3. Open letter calls for end to media censorship

    Posted Oct 13th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... censorship unconstitutional and saying it should be abolished. They also demanded that media products and books from Hong Kong and Macau- popular among mainland readers- be made openly available ... the open letter says the reality in today's China is worse than that of the former British colony of Hong Kong, where mainlanders can find many books on Chinese politics they can't find ...

  4. Party introduces new censorship rule

    Posted Jan 16th 2007, 12:00am by Cary Huang

    ... on the mainland's increasingly bold media by imposing a pre-censorship rule on coverage of politically sensitive topics, according to sources. In an internal document released to state-run media recently, ... Southern Metropolis Daily and Public Interest Times. The government also temporarily shut down Bingdian Weekly, a four-page supplement of the state-run China Youth Daily previously known for its ...

  5. Reformist vows to continue fight on press censorship

    Posted Dec 08th 2004, 12:00am by Nailene Chou

    ... for the abolition of the Communist Party's propaganda department, has vowed to continue his fight against press censorship after a month-long visit to the United States. On leave from his teaching ... with the import of plants, animals and contraband,' he said. 'But in China ideological matters are suspect.' Professor Jiao is one of the six 'public intellectuals' that Reporters ...

  6. Leaks could wreck trust in governments, Chinese experts say

    Posted Nov 30th 2010, 12:00am by Ivan Zhai

    ... it nor any other mainland media that reported the issue yesterday mentioned any leaked cables related to China. Niu, Zhang, and some other mainland foreign policy experts declined to predict what impact the leaked documents would have on China, as only a few documents related to China had been made public. One classified cable dated February 1 this year from the US State Department said ...

  7. Let different voices be heard

    Posted Mar 18th 2010, 12:00am by Mandy Chan

    ... Untold Stories of 1949) by Lung Ying-tai. Censorship has prevailed throughout China's history. It's a tool used by tyrannical emperors to control people's minds and stamp out ... under the illusion that imposing strict censorship can prevent social unrest. This is completely mistaken. It is wrong to use censorship to ban opposing views or the truth about things. ...

  8. Publisher rejects bias

    Posted Jul 14th 2012, 12:00am

    ... political suppression and censorship. The 34-page government-funded booklet entitled The China Model is intended for use as a reference book for liberal studies courses in secondary schools in Hong ... said the booklet's content was 'problematic' and it should not be used in schools. The Advanced Institute for Contemporary China Studies, which edited the book, accused ...

  9. A superpower in the fog

    Posted Dec 04th 2010, 12:00am by Kevin Rafferty

    ... political clout than those revealed by WikiLeaks. If not, the documents show a wounded superpower wandering round in a fog about what is really going on (North Korea and China, Afghanistan ... is in. The real powder keg is North Asia, and what the unpredictable Pyongyang regime may do next. Suggestions in the WikiLeaks documents that China may be prepared to accept a united Korea led ...

  10. Beijing censors financial websites

    Posted Sep 10th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... commentaries, reports and headlines about the hard-hit markets, according to three online editors. The internet censorship is another sign that mainland regulators have lost their grip on the plunging ... duty by two-thirds in late April, only to see the short-lived, government-orchestrated rally lead to an even sharper downturn. In July, the China Securities Regulatory Commission required fund ...




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