Guangdong Province Newspaper Given Harsh Treatment
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Guangdong Province Newspaper Given Harsh Treatment

Guangzhou : China | Jul 17, 2012 at 8:37 PM PDT
Source: Epoch Times
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July 17, 2012 Guangdong Province has often been described as a laboratory for political reform in China, but on Monday one of the province's newspapers was given an old fashioned jolt of repression that was all the more severe for seeming arbitrary. The New Express Daily ( Xinkuibao ) was restricted... FULL ARTICLE AT Epoch Times
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