Barry Petersen On Being A Foreign Correspondent In China

From CBS , Barry Petersen writes the first installment of his perspective of what ’s like to be a foreign correspondent in (link):

The first thing you need to know about your rights as a foreign reporter in China is that, in the end, you have no rights.

Yes, they have books of rules and , but the only rules that count are the ones made up by the policeman or foreign ministry officer sitting in front of you.

Does that sound frustrating? Confusing? Welcome to my world.

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