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PBS NewsHour | For Mo Yan, the Politics of Being a Chinese Literary Figure | PBS

Duration: 08:14
Program: PBS NewsHour #10473
Broadcast Date: Oct. 11, 2012

Jeffrey Brown talks to Charles Laughlin of the University of Virginia and Xiao Qiang at the University of California, Berkeley about prolific writer and Nobel Laureate Mo Yan, whose detractors cite a cozy relationship with Chinese state media and a savviness about staying away from topics sensitive to the Communist government.

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Post Date: October 11, 2012