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China Tightens Control Of Book Publishing

Posted at 8:27AM Wednesday 22 Jan 2014

Chinese authorities last month ordered stricter controls of books and magazines from Hong Kong and Taiwan. The intention is to prevent vulgar and politically harmful content, though the move is also seen as means of keeping politically uncomfortable material out of sight.

Variety




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