Op-ed guest columnist Yu Hua writes for The New York Time about Chinese censorship, and how it’s often not consistent — based on the medium…
In the wake of China’s jamming of Voice of America and BBC English-language broadcasts, author Yu Hua notes that Chinese censorship has often been uneven.
VOA and BBC Mandarin and Cantonese broadcasts have been heavily jammed for years, while English broadcasts were not interfered with — until very recently.
Hua writes that Chinese censorship can vary by medium, with seemingly different criteria based on whether the content is published via newspaper, book, television, or film.
See his column in The New York Times.