El Control de los Medios en China


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Declaración del Centro de Información de Falun Dafa


China's Media Control

The Chinese Communist Party holds the reins on reporting in three primary ways: (1) Registration and licensing for news organizations is mandatory and easily revocable by the central government; (2) Many media rely partly or wholly on the CCP for funds; and (3) The CCP appoints the executives within most media organizations. Publishing a politically unacceptable article on a “sensitive” topic like Falun Gong could easily result in the loss of a license, funding, and jobs within the organization.


Torture Lawsuit Filed against China’s Minister of Information During U.S. Visit

A Chinese minister was served with legal papers Friday charging him with torture and other cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment.


Chinese Labor Camp Detainees Forced to Write Letters to UN’s Kofi Annan

UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan may be receiving a large number of letters from Chinese citizens this year that read more like forced confessions than heart-felt appeals.


Canadian Broadcast Standards Council Rules Against China's Propaganda Attacking Falun Gong in Canada

Canadian Broadcast Standards Council (CBSC) released a decision on Friday, August 16 -- the first from a Canadian regulatory body -- against the airing of propaganda attacking Falun Gong on television in Canada.

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