opportunities you suggest in your email are
available in a climate of
China at present the Internet is vetted, as
well as newspapers,
magazines, radio, tapes, cds, cinema, video,
dvd and TV, most of which are
directly run by the Chinese Communist Party.
2nd April 2004, NTDTV launched its Asia transmission
contract with the European company EUTELSAT,
which has shareholders in
France, Belgium, Great Britain, Germany and
Government of China has put strong political,
economic and extra-legal
pressures on the companies that cooperate with
NTDTV to stop the broadcast.
Beijing is trying hard to maintain its information
manipulation of the satellite industry, as well
as through interference in
private contracts with European companies. EUTELSAT
has recently informed
NTDTV that it will not continue broadcasting
the channel to Asia via W5, one
of its satellite fleet.
afternoon a legal action is being taken in Paris.
wonder if you would pass this information on
to any of you associate
business people you may see the advantage in
having China be free
media-wise. As people-people you may see the
global moral and emotional
benefits of forwarding these human rights and
freedom of information issues.
you for trying to change lives.