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Li Datong

Li Datong

Li Datong (李大同, born 1952) was the Managing Editor of Freezing Point, a section of China Youth Daily. He now writes for openDemocracy, which is based in London.

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External links

  • Li Datong on China Digital Times
  • ClosureFreezing PointResponse to
  • Growing crackdown on Chinese media
  • The Click that Broke a Government's Grip – the Washington Post on his protest against censorship
  • China's media censorship rattling world image

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