A program training young graduates in mainland China has been suspended.
The move came after China's Education Ministry received notices saying that Oxfam Hong Kong was trying to gain access to China. The notices claimed that the aid agency had bad intentions and that graduates should not sign up to be trained.
As per the new “trial regulations” that have been issued by China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, as a part of the country’s ongoing anti-porn campaign, Web site owners in the country will have to submit their photographs and personally meet Internet service providers, for getting their sites registered with the government.
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