June 24, 2014 8:58 PM
Africa trade anti-censorship art censorship Australia relations Beijing Bei Ling Bloomberg books censorship Dai Qing diplomacy documentaries Evan Osnos exporting censorship external propaganda foreign correspondents foreign media Frankfurt Book Fair Freedom House freedom of expression GAPP Germany Great Firewall Internet censorship investigative reporting Kaohsiung Film Festival Liao Yiwu literature media censorship media conditions media control Melbourne Film Festival novelists peter hessler press freedom publishing Rebiya Kadeer self-censorship soft power Taiwan Taiwan culture Tibet Tibet culture Uyghurs writers Xi Jinping
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Beijing’s expanding media influence in Taiwan is partly achieved through economic influence gained from the business ties that
At The South China Morning Post, Dinah Gardiner talks to writers and publishers—including Evan Osnos, Peter Hessler, Ezra Vogel, and
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At The New York Times, former New Yorker China correspondent Evan Osnos explains why he decided against publishing his new book in Mainland China:
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