It’s complicated: Self-censorship and China

How is your university tackling the sensitive issue of China and self-censorship? In this extract from Hepi’s new collection of essays on UK universities and China, Professor Kerry Brown, professor of Chinese studies and director of the Lau China Institute, King’s College London, explores how to manage risk without restricting free speech
The issue of self-censorship for those writing, studying and commenting on China is a difficult one.

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