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At Poynter, The Washington Post’s William Wan describes pressures on both Chinese and foreign journalists to self-censor—particularly,
Chinese microblogs’ watchdog role has been lionized abroad, and alternately celebrated and lamented by state media. Journalist Yin Yusheng
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Before President Xi Jinping assumed power in March, he promised to crack down on corruption at all levels of the Chinese government. Since then,
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