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November 29, 2008

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Paul Symonds

Very interesting blog. Fascinating to hear about the Chinese side of things. I guess all media in every country to an extent is censored. Even the BBC in the UK to an extent edit.

hemu

i want to know more about it very intersting ..for that i have been china..please email below more about it.

ffxiv gil

Yeah,you are right,I am respect you about observating so clearly,it is really interesting,the media in all country to an extents is censored.I hope read more articles from your blog,thank you for your information.

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