An infographic on China's censorship laws

Reporters in the western media believe that China censors foreign websites because they want their citizens to rely on China`s own internet-commerce.

November 2, 2012: Chinese activist and artist Ai Weiwei argues that social media is already putting more power in the hands of everyday Chinese, even though citizens face tough barriers to online communication.

Ai Weiwei sees hope for China in social media

" Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei opens his jacket to reveal a shirt bearing his portrait as he walks into the Beijing Local Taxation Bureau.

Artwork illustrating China censorship

Digital censorship grows as media moves online. In China the Internet censorship policy is sometimes referred to as 'The Great Firewall'.

Jan 07, 2013: Over 100 journalists from one of China's most respected newspapers have gone on strike in a rare protest against censorship.  Striking is illegal in China. This is the first walkout of its kind since the Tiananmen Square crackdown of 1989.

Jan Over 100 journalists from one of China's most respected newspapers have gone on strike in a rare protest against censorship. Striking is illegal in China. This is the first walkout of its kind since the Tiananmen Square crackdown of

A video that shows how censorship in China is like. Popular sites such as YouTube and Facebook cannot be accessed.

A video that shows how censorship in China is like. Popular sites such as YouTube and Facebook cannot be accessed.

Social media censorship offers clues to China's plans

China is one of the top Asian country that has the highest ranking of population using the Internet compared to other Asian countries.

Internet Censorship In China: words censored by Chinese search engines and key websites that have been blocked in China

Chinese news websites have implemented new rules stating that all users have to register their true identities before allowing them to post comments.

"China's censorship can never defeat the internet". Article by Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei.

China's censorship can never defeat the internet

Ai Weiwei: It is interesting to pick one's way through the obstacles of censorship, but freedom can't be stopped in the internet age

March 18, 2013: Kaifu Lee: Check Out My Chart of How Often I Get Censored by Sina Weibo --Graphs that reveal the extent of the censorship Lee faced on Weibo.

March Kaifu Lee: Check Out My Chart of How Often I Get Censored by Sina Weibo --Graphs that reveal the extent of the censorship Lee faced on Weibo.

March 25, 2010: How China's internet generation broke the silence  Google may have gone but the country's 400m internet users are finding ever more creative ways of evading censorship

How China's internet generation broke the silence

How China's internet generation broke the silence


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Jan Over 100 journalists from one of China's most respected newspapers have gone on strike in a rare protest against censorship. Striking is illegal in China. This is the first walkout of its kind since the Tiananmen Square crackdown of

Artwork illustrating China censorship

Digital censorship grows as media moves online. In China the Internet censorship policy is sometimes referred to as 'The Great Firewall'.

China's Censorship Laws

Reporters in the western media believe that China censors foreign websites because they want their citizens to rely on China`s own internet-commerce.

Social media censorship offers clues to China's plans | MIT Technology Review 4/29

China is one of the top Asian country that has the highest ranking of population using the Internet compared to other Asian countries.

"China's censorship can never defeat the internet". Article by chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei.

China's censorship can never defeat the internet

"China's censorship can never defeat the internet". Article by Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei.

Can Weibo Users Win in China’s Censorship Game?

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Unidentified man wearing a mask with word "silent" holds a banner reading: "Let's chase our dreams together, go Southern Weekly newspaper" during a protest outside the newspaper on 7 Jan 2013

Support for China censorship row paper Southern Weekly

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