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China says it will punish journalists just for talking about "state secrets"

Like most governments, China is paranoid about its state secrets being exposed by pesky journalists. And like most governments, it has rules in place that make it difficult for reporters to publish such secrets, or for politicians to leak them. 333 more words

Now China can censor journalists before they even start reporting a story

Everybody knows Chinese reporters have it rough. There are 32 of them in jail, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists’ most recent figures. But they’ve usually been arrested only for stories that are published, well after research has uncovered the dirty secrets. 418 more words

Chinese perspectives on Modi

The media in China has been keenly watching the unfolding of events in India over the last few days.

There has been much on the plate for the local press, with the 4th CICA Summit being followed by the deadly terror attack in Urumqi, Xinjiang, which killed 39 people, and the espionage row with the US. 913 more words

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