Here is a practical view about reporting and blogging in Beijing
According to Austin Ramzy talking to Jeremy Goldkorn of Danwei.com:
AR: I once interviewed an executive in Beijing who said China is a place where nothing is permitted and everything is possible. That’s an exaggeration on both ends, of course. But it says a lot about the rewards and frustrations one finds working here. I experience things I dislike about reporting in China on a regular basis. I also experience minor victories and moments of satisfaction. All in all I can’t think of anywhere I’d rather be working.
Henry Luce, the founder of Time Mag, is probably smiling in his grave about the practicalness of this view from China!
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