For The Committee to Protect Journalists

After nearly two decades in the newsroom, Chinese journalist Liu Jianfeng (@去V的刘建锋) left his job in the investigative unit of the Economic Observer. CENSORED, documents how technology and new media have helped Liu's fight for freedom and truth in China. However, even with the aid of the new technology, the tightly controlled veil of harmony of China's Communist Party has pushed him out of the system.

This video part of CPJ's special report "Challenge in China." See the full report here bit.ly/WEAFgs

Produced and narrated by JONAH M. KESSEL jonahkessel.com
Sichuan earthquake photography by GILLES SABRIE gsabrie.com
Music by RHIAN SHEEHAN, "Still" rhiansheehan.com
Music by KEITH KENNIFF, "Halving the Compass" unseen-music.com
Production assistant and translation by ADAM WU
Wukan, Southern Weekend protest,Hebei & Beijing cinematography & photography by JONAH M. KESSEL jonahkessel.com

For more on China and freedom of the press, visit cpj.org

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