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Bei Feng at China Blogger Conference

Wen Yunchao (温云超), also known as Bei Feng (北风), a well-known journalist and blogger at the forefront of current social and political events in China, talks about censorship and the way netizens get around it.

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

To see other interviews from this series, link here.

Film: Adam J. Schokora
Music: B6

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Remove this guy's glasses and put him in the armor that a 3rd century Chinese general wore and I swear he'd look just like what 张飞 looked like. He's like the 张飞 of modern internet blogging.

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