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Opinion: Censorship has intensified to the point of becoming ‘intolerable’ for many writers, and the bookstore that tore out pages on Taiwan is just one of many recent examples

1 week ago
It doesn't matter what palatial bookstores Taiwan or other free societies might construct in China, they will not help to open the minds of the Chinese people because their contents will be intellectually gutted by China's ruthless censors," writes a Chinese language and literature professor at the University of Pennsylvania.
By Lucas Niewenhuis