China’s content crackdown sends cold chill across the internet | South China Morning Post
Now they have banned online content depicting homosexuality. Is it the 1950's?
The SCMP comments section generally has a couple of articles a day that are bombarded with highly aligned comments. They are highly predictable
Rule of Law then bombared comments stating the PenDems are destroying the rule of law
Occupy then They are criminals funded by foreign forces and Benny Tai should be XXXXXXX
Other Country issues - China is a powerful nation. We need to have a war to prove this
if you missed the Cambridge saga, China has started to try and throw its weight around in academic circles
no wonder there is concern/fear around National Education systems. In the future, Hong Kong kids could grow up without knowledge of certain sensitive Chinese eventsA Chinese import agency had requested Cambridge University Press (CUP) alter the website to make articles concerning topics such as the 1989 Tiananmen killings and the Cultural Revolution unavailable to readers inside China.
Why China hurts itself more than others with censorship | This Week In Asia | South China Morning Post