August 04, 2008

More on China's lack of press freedom; Salzberg; Solzhenitsyn

More on China's anxious mix of almost-freedom (for foreigners) and increased repression (for its own citizens.) A German rights-group criticizes the IOC for its role in the press restrictions.

Sharon Salzberg has a new blog post at Huffington Post.

And the literary giant Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn has died. From his Times obituary:

He wrote that while an ordinary man was obliged “not to participate in lies,” artists had greater responsibilities. “It is within the power of writers and artists to do much more: to defeat the lie!”

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