Ahead of the 25th anniversary of Tiananmen Square, Nieman Reports takes an in-depth look at The State of Journalism in China and what a number of reporters are doing to cope with tight restrictions. As Chinese officials continue to block websites from around the world, jam social media postings and delete sensitive online information, domestic journalists in China are seeking ways to circumvent censors. Those who go too far risk being fired or even arrested, while foreign journalists face various forms of government intimidation and visa denials.
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