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Freedom House launches weekly China media bulletin

Did you hear how Li Changchun, China's fifth most powerful man, was named by U.S. diplomats as the brains behind the hacker attacks on Google's email systems last year? Or how China blacked out a Japanese news report on the Nobel Peace Prize this week? Find these stories - all in one place - in Freedom House's "China Media Bulletin", a new weekly digest of press freedom and censorship news on China and its neighbours.

Drawing on both English and Chinese-language sources, the China Media Bulletin includes sections that examine relevant broadcast and print media news, as well as new media and technology developments in China. It also covers the main media freedom developments in Tibet and Xinjiang, as well as in Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Read the first two issues of the bulletin here.

To subscribe to the "China Media Bulletin", email: cmb (@)

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