LA Review of Books China Blog: “Inconvenient Truths”

I have a new post up at the LA Review of Books China Blog, about two documentaries that were recently censored in China and India:

It’s not every week that China-and-India-watchers have parallel stories to chew over, but that’s what’s been happening for the last few days. In both countries, a documentary film about an important social issue has provoked government censorship. Neither film reveals anything that most people didn’t already know, to some degree. So why are the Chinese and Indian governments going so far to limit access to these movies?

Read on here for my answer to that question.

One thought on “LA Review of Books China Blog: “Inconvenient Truths”

  1. Excellent. Only when we see and respect each human for being the same as another will we have become what/who we are intended to be. I read a quote from someone yesterday who said that domestic violence in the United States is about under control and all I could think of was huh? As for emissions, one of the counties that should be worried the most acts as the least aware……

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