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China: Hong Kong Ballet ‘self-censorship’ spurs debate on freedom of expression

13 November 2013

Suggestions that Hong Kong Ballet removed images from performance because of ‘sensitivities’ prompt worries about freedom of expression, wrote South China Morning Post on 4 November 2013.

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