Arts & Culture 
 Business 
 Environment 
 Government 
 Health 
 Human Rights 
 Military 
 Philosophy 
 Science 
 U.S. Asian Policy 


Home > East Asia > 

AFAR president addressed to WSIS in Geneva
AFAR
12/10/2003



 Related Articles
Hu's Safari
The Chinese Threat to American Leadership in Space (Part II)
Mirroring Taiwan: China and Cuba
Sudan: China's outpost in Africa
Chinese Realpolitik and the Proliferation Security Initiative
Hu's Reforms and the Zhao Ziyang Fiasco
China's "New Thinking" on Japan
Thailand's security and the Sino-Thai relationship
China's emerging national defense strategy
The Qian Qichen Op-ed
 
[Geneva, December 10, 2003] Dr. Shiyu Zhou, AFAR president, delivered a speech today on censorship technology in China in a panel on Democracy, Freedom, and Digital Divide at World Summit on Information Society held in Geneva. Dr. Zhou described China's Internet firewall system as well as its censorship technology, which are being constructed to monitor dissenting voices from Falun Gong practitioners, Tibetans, and democracy activists. Mr. Marco Cappato, EU Parliamentary member who chaired this panel, also invited a Falun Gong representative to address censorship issues related to China's persecution of Falun Gong spiritual movement.

© Copyright 2002-2007 AFAR