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Liao Yiwu: May We Never Forget Chinese Citizen-Journalist Li Zehua

Citizen-journalist Li Zehua, a freelance citizen-journalist who went to Wuhan during the outbreak of the coronavirus there, was detained by Chinese police on February 26th shortly after trying to do some investigation in the vicinity of the Wuhan P4 Laboratory … Continue reading

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Wuhan Diary #18: The Twenty-Second Day of the Wuhan City Closure — February 13, 2020

February 13 The Twenty-second Day of the Wuhan City Closure Yesterday I dreamed of buying vegetables in a very big vegetable market. I bought tomatoes and looked for potatoes. After buying potatoes I looked for eggplant. After buying eggplant I … Continue reading

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Wuhan Diary #8: The Twelfth Day of the Wuhan City Closure — February 3, 2020

February 3rd, The 12th day of Wuhan Quarantine My cough has improved significantly over the past two days. Although I still cough a little, it is much better. My mother had a fever for the last few days but her … Continue reading

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2010: The Art of Guiding Public Opinion — How Leading Cadres Handle the Media 舆论引导艺术 — 领导干部如何面对媒体

The Art of Guiding Public Opinion — How Leading Cadres Handle the Media 《舆论引导艺术 — 领导干部如何面对媒体》 by Ren Xianliang 任贤良 vice director of the Shaanxi Province Party Committee Propaganda Department and Vice Chairman of the China Journalists’ Association (420 pages, published … Continue reading

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Su Yutong: Chinese Journalists Still Retain Their Ideals

Su Yutong: Chinese Journalists Still Retain Their Ideals 苏雨桐:中国记者的理想还在 November 8, 2016 China Clamps Down on Freedom of Expression Today is Chinese Journalists’ Day. Journalists’ Day was set aside in 2000 as a way to honor journalists for their contributions … Continue reading

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Download He Qinglian’s Book on Media Control in China

Available in PDF from Human Rights in China,  He Qinglian’s The Fog of Censorship paints a detailed portrait of the workings of the Chinese censorship system.  See the Table of Contents below. Download the book at http://www.hrichina.org/sites/default/files/PDFs/Reports/HRIC-Fog-of-Censorship.pdf Contents Shattering the Myths … Continue reading

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2012 RFA Translation: The Rights Protection Trend Among Retired Military Cannot Be Ignored

  I saw the RFA article on the Tianwang website of the China Tianwang Human Rights Center in Chengdu at 64tianwang.com http://www.64tianwang.com/bencandy.php?fid-9-id-9541-page-1.htm The Rights Protection Trend Among Retired Military Cannot Be Ignored by Wen Yuqing Radio Free Asia Cantonese Language Section … Continue reading

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