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Call for Chinese students to blog against “Western Goebbels Nazi media”

The Chinese government appears to be encouraging foreign students in the UK to blog in protest against alleged Western media bias. The move follows days of negative reports in the media about the Olympic torch ceremony and the Tibet riots.  The headline in the pro-government China Daily newspaper [yesterday, 26th March 2008] reads: Students rap […]

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Riz Khan tackles censorship in Singapore

Riz Khan (former Highbury, Portmouth, journalism grad) has left CNN and gone to Al Jazerra. In this YouTube video (courtesy of free speech blog, Singabloodypore), young people talk about dreams of a free press, a love of Oprah Winfrey, political expression, censorship of bloggers and religious freedom within the "Lion state". "In a dozen years […]

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