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Tuesday, August 24, 2004 

Journalism is Third Most Dangerous Career in China

From a press release on Sophia Beach's research report New Journalism and New Threats: "Some insurance companies in China now list journalism as the third most dangerous career in the country, after police work and coal mining."

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