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Journalist Flouts Beijing, Part 2: “She’s got blood on her blade and her clothing smells of gunpowder”

By Diane Vacca
“She’s got blood on her blade, and her clothing smells of gunpowder,” wrote Chinese blogger Hecaitou after hearing of Hu Shuli’s resignation as editor of Caijing, China’s most important business and news magazine. Though her radical move was not unexpected, the news set Chinese media on fire and sent reporters worldwide racing to file copy. (For part one of this…
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Seasoned Journo Flouts Beijing, Speaks Truth to New Financial/ Old Political Powers

By Diane Vacca
The once-bustling newsroom of Caijing, China’s premier business news publication, fell silent last month, when the star editor walked out followed by the editorial staff, who resigned en masse. Disagreements over censorship and money ignited as a long-simmering feud between editor Hu Shuli and her publisher, Wang Boming, came to a head in July and finally boiled over in November.…
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