20 Jan '11, 5pm

China's state media censors Hu Jintao's white house comments on human rights, focus on pomp and cirumstance

China's state media censors Hu Jintao's white house comments on human rights, focus on pomp and cirumstance

The visit by Chinese President Hu Jintao to the United States on Thursday was widely reported by the state media. -- PHOTO: AP BEIJING - THE visit by Chinese President Hu Jintao to the United States on Thursday was widely reported by the state media here, but his comments on China's beleaguered human rights situation got scant mention. China Central Television's (CCTV) nightly news broadcast, often seen as the nation's most widely viewed programme, devoted nearly its entire 30 minute show on Thursday to Mr Hu's meetings with US President Barack Obama. China's state-controlled media widely covered the visit, reflecting the country's rise as a major global economic and political power, while bolstering the image of Mr Hu - who also heads the ruling Communist Party - as a leading world statesman. Most aspects of Mr Hu's visit, including the welcoming ceremony on the White Hou...

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