China’s “Citizen” Reporters Dodge Censors And Critics – Reuters

From Reuters:

’s muzzled press and burgeoning Internet have given citizen reporters an audience and an opportunity — however fleeting — to spread quicker than government censors can control it.

But the ability of to dodge censors and provide a voice for China’s and disadvantaged by covering news would rather be left unreported has also given some bloggers the chance to profit from disseminating a rare commodity in China — uncensored news.

Zhou Muguang, who blogs under the name of “Zola,” is a citizen reporter who found that the initial admiration he received from Internet surfers for championing the downtrodden soon turned to scorn for taking their money. [Full Text]

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