Orders, June 2010

July 1, 2010

June 24, 2010

Delete all reports on the strikes at Toyata Motor in Guangzhou, China.

June 23, 2010

Take the book The Legend of Tibetan Dzi Bead off the shelves.

June 22, 2010

One is not allowed to comment on the exchange rate regime reform. [Regarding this issue], only official reports from Xinhua News are permitted.

Do not exaggerate the “grave-robbing case” of Karma Samdrup.

Ming Pao Daily News reported that Xinjiang media has recently been receiving notifications from the higher-ups, which forbade any reports involving the anniversary of the “July 5 Riots.” Even regarding news such as the recent riots in Kyrgyzstan, [media] should only use the official reports circulated from Xinhua News.

link: http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,,5709566,00.html

June 1, 2010

Do not report the Yongzhou Court attack . [Websites] should retract [reports on this incident] from their homepage.

Orders of March, 2010

March 24, 2010

Mar 25th, 2010

When reporting the Shanxi vaccine incident, follow the official standpoints from the hygiene department. Journalists from provincial mouthpiece medias interviewing in Shanxi should break their working at once, while those from CPC medias stay.

Asahi Shimbun of Japan reports today: the Propaganda Department of the CPC Central Committee issued an order prohibiting reporting or interviewing on 18 fields involving criticism on the exchange rate of RMB, Shanxi unsafe vaccine problems, bureaucratic corruption, unrest in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, high medical expenses, graduates’ difficulties obtaining employment.

It is said that the Propaganda Department of the CPC Central Committee recently issued 4 bans on reporting, demanding limited content on 4 hot topics: Rio Tinto bribery case, Google’s move from the Mainland China market, social progress brought by Twitter, and more than a hundred children got disabled or dead after using the Shanxi unsafe vaccine.

Mar 24th, 2010

Limit negative reporting on real estate. No tolerance on reporting listed sensitive issues, including extremely high land-value created by central enterprises, or the mortgage slave(someone who works to pay their mortgage with no benefit) phenomenon, or a BMW’s appearance in a economically affordable housing subdistrict in Shenzhen, Guangdong.

Tencent’s in-house notification: deleting news about Shanxi unsafe vaccines from QQ.com neatly.

Orders in the early time:

No reporting on Google’s move from Mainland China. No reportage should be copied. Interactive modules(comments, polls, bbs/forum, blogs, etc) must be repressed.

Following articles should be deleted: 《透视中国》揭秘中国’太子党’掌控的五大领域温家宝清唱’民主’独角戏核心权力交接关头政坛频释微妙信息两会上北京高官’怪相’引揣测.