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— by Tom Clements: China is an exciting and dynamic place to be at the moment. The rapid growth of the nation’s economy has brought with it an embrace not only of technology and material goods, but also of ideas and influences from the outside world. Unlike their parents, Chinese youngsters have unprecedented access to media, culture, fashion and music from the west. However, a climate of censorship remains ever-present as the Chinese state seeks to constantly affirm itself as the arbiter of acceptable thought, employing methods both subtle and overt in a bid to control what its citizens are allowed to consume…

May 29, 2019