BloggerCon interviews: Yang Hengjun

In this interview conducted at this year's Chinese blogger conference, Yang Hengjun, a political espionage novelist and well-known blogger, talks about Chinese netizens' collective power as "human search engines," and the domestic Internet censorship machine.

For more on Yang Hengjun, see ESWN or Google him (English) (Chinese) or Baidu him (Chinese).

This video is also available on Tudou for faster loading in China.

Film by: Adam J. Schokora
Music: B6

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