This year’s Chinese Noble Prize in literature is supporting censorship

Mo Yan, the Chinese Noble Prize in literature this year, said that censorship is something necessary like airport security checks Mo said that he won’t join the appealing supporting the 2010 Peace Prize laureate, Liu Xiaobo, and calling to releasing him from jail. Yan received many critics for not being in the side of freedom, and of his support of the Communist Party and being part of its backed writers’ association.

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