Isaac Mao, China’s “first blogger,” on blogging in the mainland

“Looking at the experience in my homeland, I also believe the abuses of censorship produce a certain level of social fear – which leads to less creativity.”

(I actually met this guy at a media conference in Bangkok. He was very nice.)

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