Τρίτη, 15 Ιανουαρίου 2013

Chinese journalists choose quiet defiance, not mass strike, to protest censorship

 Published in Washington Post
BEIJING — A threatened journalism strike in China to protest government censorship appeared to have been averted Thursday, as the reform-minded Southern Weekly newspaper appeared on newsstands and in mailboxes as scheduled.
But in a nod to the past week of turmoil, the Guangdong province-based newspaper ran a brief article on the bottom of page 32 saying China’s ruling Communist Party should protect “reasonable and constructive media” to advance reforms.

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