The Sydney Morning Herald has published a list of edicts from China’s spin doctors of the highest level. The first edict says it all: “The telecast of sports events will be live [but] in case of emergencies, no print is allowed to report on it.” Interestingly, the SMH makes no mention of how they came to have the edicts, nor do they attempt to put it into any sort of context.
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