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A Times spokeswoman said Monday that the paper had been working with China's Foreign Ministry since the summer to transfer
Mark Stone, a correspondent for Sky News, was speaking to viewers live from Tiananmen Square when he was detained by Chinese police.
The correspondent and his cameraman were brought to a room for questioning. Remarkably, Stone was able to continue broadcasting
Western societies rightly take pride in commitment to freedom of the press. In China, journalists are subject to tight political controls. But there are some advantages to the Chinese way of reporting news.