Snowden Is in Hong Kong. Chinese Don’t Care.Adam Minter
June 10 (Bloomberg) -- The saga of Edward Snowden, the source of leaks about the U.S. government’s Prism program, is precisely the sort of tale Hong Kong’s tabloid newspaper culture has always embraced: full of suspense, driven by personality and sure to bring people back to buy the next day’s edition. But while Hong Kong’s newspapers are busy combing the city for Snowden, mainland Chinese papers -- and the country’s usually scandal-loving social media -- are covering other stories.
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