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The Vatican: An Unlikely Victim of China’s Anti-pornography Censorship

Today’s AsiaNews.it reports that China has lately been blocking many Catholic websites.  The report puts forward this question to China’s censorship authorities: “is this how you fight pornography?” As we know, China’s censorship authorities have stepped up the censoring and … Continue reading

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Zhang Ziyi’s Ass and Chinese Netizens’ Mouths

Has anyone noticed that the anti-vulgarity campaign actually started with Zhang Ziyi’s ass? We thought we’d seen it all: Zhang Ziyi’s ass in the settings of serious art movies, on the cover of trendy magazines, on the laps of sleazy … Continue reading

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Baozuitun: a Chinese Blogger Who Challenges Censorship Boundaries

I am glad to announce the return of Baozuitun 饱醉豚 (or the Gluttonous Suckling Pig).  He is one of the two bloggers whose blogs at Bullog.cn were forced to close down shortly after Charter 08 was made public.  The other … Continue reading

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