“Freedom of Thought” Removed From Chinese University Charter

Fudan University, one of China’s top universities, has removed “freedom of thought” from their charter and added in new language focused on following Communist party leadership. Alex and Nick discuss how these changes are similar to the Chinese government’s methods of controlling tech monopolies.

This is an excerpt from episode 55 of Winner Take All. Watch the full episode here: youtu.be/pO7m-LXZWfc

China cuts ‘freedom of thought’ from top university charters: www.theguardian.com/world/2019/dec/18/china-cuts-freedom-of-thought-from-top-fudan-university-charter


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