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微博加大打击刷榜力度:对流量异常搜索词及指向对象连带处置 (To combat “click farming,” Weibo introduces 3 month ban on “unusually popular” content from search results, including pop stars, TV shows, events)
The Paper, March 25, 2019

“A new world order”: China’s press freedom crackdown poses a threat to international democracies, says media watchdog
Hong Kong Free Press, March 25, 2019

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国际组织关注中国威胁新闻自由 (Reporters Without Borders warns of China’s threat to global press freedom)
Radio Free Asia, March 25, 2019

Report: China’s pursuit of a new world media order
Reporters Without Borders, March 25, 2019

Tsinghua University fires Xi critic Xu Zhangrun
China Digital Times, March 25, 2019

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Chinese academic fired after public criticism of Party leadership
Financial Times, March 25, 2019

Pulp friction: Chinese city shreds maps showing Taiwan as a country
South China Morning Post, March 25, 2019

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山东省“问题地图”查处情况现场通报会在青岛召开 (Shandong provincial authorities hold joint-meeting to tackle “problematic maps” that show Taiwan as country: Tackle the source, promote healthy understanding of Chinese territory, pay particular attention to exported products)
The Paper, March 24, 2019

穿「和服」賞櫻遭武漢大學保安暴力制止 當事人:我穿的是唐裝 (Wuhan university student assaulted by campus police for wearing kimono-inspired attire while taking photos with cherry blossoms)
The Stand News, March 25, 2019

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