Censorship In Taiwan
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- How Taiwan's first woman was elected president
- TAIPEI (March 9, 2016) — Taiwan's president-elect, Tsai Ying-wen, is the country's first woman to be elected president and her historic self-driven success came with a Taiwanese identity, a feminist heritage and the support of a youth movement.
- Mainland Chinese writer praises freedom of MSAR
- “In Macau, I feel like I can breathe in freedom here as I've never had opportunities of this kind for public exposure with the audience before in China where you can only say what they like to hear,” said Chen Xi Wo.
- Minitrue: 21 Rules on Coverage of the Two Sessions
- The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been leaked and distributed online. The Central Propaganda Department issued 21 rules for reporting on the annual “Two Sessions” of the legislative National ...
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