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China - Outrageously harsh sentence

Published on 23 September 2014Read

China

Beijing-based documentary filmmaker held incommunicado

Reporters Without Borders is appalled to learn that Du Bin, a Beijing-based documentary filmmaker and former New York Times photographer, has (...)

Published on 10 June 2013 Read

China

Tiananmen Square massacre heads long list of taboo subjects

Update : Abusive arrests Netizens arrested in connection with 4 June anniversary Reporters Without Borders condemns the arrests of netizens for (...)

Published on 4 June 2013 Read

China

RWB calls for immediate and unconditional release of journalist Sun Lin

看中文 Reporters Without Borders calls for the immediate release of Sun Lin, a journalist for the foreign-based Mandarin-language news website Boxun, (...)

Published on 26 April 2013 Read

China

Hollande asked to raise freedom information during official visit to China

Reporters Without Borders urges French President François Hollande to raise human rights and freedom of information with his Chinese counterpart, (...)

Published on 25 April 2013 Read

China

Authorities urged not to limit coverage of Sichuan earthquake

看中文 Reporters Without Borders is concerned about news coverage of the 20 April earthquake in the southwestern province of Sichuan and urges the (...)

Published on 22 April 2013 Read

China

Ban on quoting foreign media reports without permission

Read in Chinese / 看中文 Reporters Without Borders roundly condemns the draconian directive that China’s media regulator –¬ the General Administration (...)

Published on 17 April 2013 Read

China

Censorship and persecution in pole position at Shanghai Grand Prix

To highlight what is behind the scenes of this sports event, Reporters Without Borders is releasing a visual inspired by “Tank Man,” the anonymous (...)

Published on 12 April 2013 Read

China

Freedom of information still under threat after Xi Jinping’s installation

After Xi Jinping’s appointment as president, Li Keqiang’s appointment as prime minister and the conclusion of the first annual session of the 12th (...)

Published on 22 March 2013 Read

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