“Zensur in China: Wie China Meinung Macht”

I’m headed to Hamburg to take part in a panel discussion on internet censorship in China on Tuesday evening. The event has been organised by Tibet Support Group Germany (Hamburg Section), Tibetan Buddhist Centre Hamburg, Society for Threatened Peoples, Hamburg and Tibetan Community of Germany, Hamburg. It’s being held as a series of events during “China Time 2010” , a big annual event in Hamburg.

Haven’t been to Hamburg since the “alternative World Cup” in 2006 when it rained non-stop, looking forward to seeing old friends there, I’ll also get to practice my German, scary!

Here are the details:

http://tibet-hamburg.de/

http://chinatime.hamburg.de/programm-pgr/2388542/zensur-in-china.html

ZENSUR IN CHINA

Wie China Meinung macht

Podiumsdiskussion

Dienstag, 21. September 2010 – 19.00 Uhr

Alfred Schnittke Akademie International
Max-Brauer-Allee 24
22765 Hamburg

Eintritt: frei

In einer Podiumsdiskussion mit den Redakteurinnen Dechen Pemba, London („High Peaks Pure Earth“), Angela Köckritz, Hamburg („Die Zeit“), Lea Zhou, Berlin („Epoch Times“) und dem Asienreferent Ulrich Delius, Göttingen (Gesellschaft für bedrohte Völker) wird unter der Moderation von Andreas Hilmer, Hamburg (Journalist und politischer Sprecher des Tibetischen Zentrums Hamburg e.V.) die Vielschichtigkeit der Zensur in China diskutiert.

Veranstalter: Tibet Initiative Deutschland e.V., Sektion Hamburg – Tibetisches Zentrum e.V. Hamburg – Gesellschaft für bedrohte Völker, Hamburg – Verein der Tibeter in Deutschland e.V., Hamburg

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2 thoughts on ““Zensur in China: Wie China Meinung Macht”

  1. Hey! Am so glad you are reading my blog. I will try to write updates more often! I had a great trip to hamburg and am back in London now. Miss you too, take care!

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