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Beijing’s ignorant media policy

Time and again, China’s leadership has had foreign journalists shadowed. In addition, the authorities try to indirectly influence reporting, for example, when employees of the Chinese Foreign Ministry invite foreign correspondents to “tea talks” during the annual visa renewal and politely but firmly advise them to report more on the positive developments in the country “so that we can learn from each other“.

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