China's government is increasingly trying to control the message and it's increasingly having difficulty doing that.
The latest example happened this week in Guangdong, when a government censor replaced the annual New Year's editorial of a well-respected newspaper. And people didn't like it.
Marco Werman explores the issue with The World's Beijing correspondent Mary Kay Magistad, who is currently in Boston.
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