While China mourned the victims of its deadly earthquake, the shuttered Chinese media became tentatively bolder and began to openly question the methods of government construction and relief efforts. Now, as the disaster has been assessed and the government regains its footing, reporters in China are finding it harder to get their story told. On the Media's Brooke Gladstone joins us from Hong Kong.
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