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Сейчас читаю интересную статью, опубликованную журналисткой Эвелин Чао, про работу в китайской журналистике изнутри (она проработала три года в журнале China International Business). Очень любопытно.


http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2012/10/26/me_and_my_censor

My first day of work in Beijing, my boss asked if I knew the "Three Ts."

I did not. It was February 2007, and I was a wide-eyed 26 year-old fresh off the plane from New York, struggling to absorb the deluge of strange information that had hit me since arriving.

The Three Ts, he informed me, were the three most taboo topics to avoid in Chinese media -- Taiwan, Tibet, and Tiananmen. My boss was Taiwanese himself, and delivered this information with a wry tone of bemusement. He had been doing business here for nearly 30 years, he had said, since China first began opening its economy to the outside world, and had witnessed a lot.
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