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Chang Ping (simplified Chinese: 长平; traditional Chinese: 長平, born 22 June 1968), whose real name is Zhang Ping, is a Chinese writer and journalist, one of China's best-known commentators on contemporary affairs. He won the Human Rights Press Awards in Hong Kong in 2014 and the CJFE 2016 International Press Freedom Award in Canada.Chang Ping has a reputation for writing about politically sensitive topics, including democracy, media censorship, the failures of government policy and Tibet. His commentaries appear in Southern Weekend, Southern Metropolis Weekly in China, South China Morning Post, Apple Daily in Hong Kong, Deutche Welle, Süddeutsche Zeitung in Germany and New York Times in USA.Chang Ping has repeatedly been punished for tackling sensitive issues and was banned from writing columns and publishing books in China. He was removed as news director of Southern Weekend, then a daring weekly that had won readers across the country in 2001.(WikipediaChangping)

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