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Censorship shelves Huffpost's China branch

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By Natalie Yuen

Governmental intervention in media and online has been the major hindrance to set up a Huffington Post edition in China, said Chris Anderson, senior editor of the site.

Huffington Post, a well-known American news website, aggregates commentary and blogs from politicians and experts. Anderson said at a talk with journalism majors at Shue Yan University yesterday that censorship would create a tricky situation for the Huffington Post to expand in China.

"Because the government does censors more than any other countries, you have to work within the boundaries that the Chinese government sets up for you," Anderson said.

The Huffington Post now has a large blogging presence with bloggers up to 30 thousand people, Anderson seeks to stick to the agency's news culture and sees no point in fitting into the Chinese news-making model.

' We don't regulate, we don't restrict people, ' said Anderson, ' I guess it's something that we have to look at and take a lot of consideration to a point where we can feel comfortably sure that our brand would be represented correctly in China whether it is launched in English, Chinese or Mandarin local language. '

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