China: On Literary Censorship and ‘Castrated Writing’

In December 2010, Murong Xuecun won the People’s Literature Prize. To mark the occasion, the young writer prepared some remarks on literature and free expression. But, before he reached the podium, he was stopped. His speech on censorship had been censored.

This week, he traveled to Hong Kong to deliver that speech. In a talk that …

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