China: How a media professional upholds his liberal values
In China's illiberal media environment, Zhang Ping is a rare liberal breed. To maintain an independent voice in China's heavily censored media is a fundamental dilemma, and, as the experience of Chang Ping shows, it often takes a sense of martyrdom to do so.
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Kingston Upon Thames, UK
#1 Oct 14, 2010
Folk everywhere in the world know China has no free press no news only in China not open closed nation with CCP one party rule no ooposing party only jail for liberal no love in China
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