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‘Reader’s Digest’ pulls novel after LA Larkin refuses Chinese censorship

Reader’s Digest has pulled LA Larkin’s Thirst (Pier 9) from an anthology of condensed novels after a Chinese printing company refused to print the book due to its references to ‘Falun Gong’ and ‘torture’, reports the Sydney Morning Herald. Larkin said her editor suggested the words be replaced with ‘religious...

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