Chinese Newspapers NPR's Rob Gifford reports on the inventive ways that journalists in China stretch the limits of government tolerance for free expression. They have considerably more latitude than in past years, but they still face the risk of being imprisoned for what they produce and publish.
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NPR's Rob Gifford reports on the inventive ways that journalists in China stretch the limits of government tolerance for free expression. They have considerably more latitude than in past years, but they still face the risk of being imprisoned for what they produce and publish.