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China's people: A view from inside

As all eyes turn to Beijing for the Olympics, BBC News turns the focus on Chinese citizens.

Carrie Gracie talks to people from different walks of life to find out what it is like to live and work in the country.

THE PUBLISHER

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A publisher explains why many books are still censored in China

THE FILMMAKER

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Chinese filmaker Yang Shu on censorship and culture in his industry

THE BLOGGER

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A teacher has come under pressure for writing frankly in his blog about his personal experience of the recent earthquake

THE QUAKE ORPHANS

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Many of the 5,000 children left orphaned by China's earthquake in May are adapting to life in a children's home.





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