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Tienanmen Square Car Crash Leads To Questions And Censorship

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Hong Kong director Tsui Hark's latest film, Young Detective Dee: Rise of the Sea Dragon, just hit cinemas in Asia. Sam Yeh /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Members of the Kachin Independence Army train at a refugee camp in northern Myanmar. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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For Myanmar's Kachin Rebels, Life Teeters Between War, Peace

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A woman surnamed Chu (left), 77, attends the hearing of a case against her daughter and husband in Wuxi, east China's Jiangsu province, on July 1. Chu's daughter has been ordered to visit her at least once every two months, in the first case under a new law to protect the elderly. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Chinese authorities go to great lengths to censor the Internet and control social media. A 16-year-old was recently arrested under a new law that bars "rumormongering" online. Here, customers use computers at an Internet cafe in Hefei, China, in 2012. Jianan Yu/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Disgraced politician Bo Xilai stands during his trial on corruption charges in August. Kyodo/Landov hide caption

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Rice farmers pull a harvest festival cart down country lanes in Narita city, Chiba prefecture. The area is home to Tokyo's main airport, but also has many agricultural areas. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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Japan's Rice Farmers See Trade Deal As Threat To Tradition

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A Flock of Dumpling Ducklings: What's inside? Roasted Beijing duck, of course. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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