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Regulating (online) fiction in China

This sounds promising: the Global Times reports that: The Chinese authorities plan to evaluate online literary websites, requiring that the online novels they host must reflect core socialist values and abide by "moral norms." One has to admire that they came up with a points-system: The regulation requires that the literary works possess a "correct understanding" of the Party and military history.
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