TRPC Director response to FT article Jan 26: China’s subtle censoring of overseas scholarship

TRPC Director response to FT article Jan 26: China’s subtle censoring of overseas scholarship

Deng foresaw the last door to open

From Prof John Ure.

Sir, Mark Elvin (Letters, January 26) gives some examples of China’s concerted efforts to monitor and censor overseas works of reference and of scholarship that the state regards as unfavourable …

The full response is available here: Deng foresaw the last open door [Financial Times, 6 February, 2013]

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