China and the U.S. are two societies with very different attitudes towards opinion and criticism

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China and the U.S. are two societies with very different attitudes towards opinion and criticism. In China, I am constantly under surveillance. Even my slightest, most innocuous move can – and often is – censored by Chinese authorities.

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  1. I find it an endless source of fascination that proponents of free trade with the Chinese assured us in the 1990s that it would make them more like us, when in fact it has made us more like them, to the point that Americans are now not only being arrested but also convicted for tweeting memes that ridicule politicians.

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