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Australia’s Chinese students regularly practise “self-censorship” to protect themselves, families: report

Human Rights Watch has released a report that illustrates the pressure Chinese students in Australia feel to self-censor themselves, petrified that if they anger or annoy Beijing, serious consequences to themselves or their families could follow.

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