Faculty fellow Michel HockxIn an article in the South China Post, Kellogg Faculty Fellow Michel Hockx is interviewed about the new censorship policy China has placed over pop culture. Hockx explains the change in the policy by stating, “If previously the emphasis in policy towards popular culture was mainly to allow it to develop as a market sector that generated economic revenue and created jobs, the emphasis now is on ‘putting social benefits first.’”

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