March 4, 2014

China’s lawmakers are told to put down their phones and stay awake

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China’s National People’s Congress–a parliamentary session that exists to rubber stamp new laws and policies—is meant to be a show of unity for the Chinese communist party. So officials, according to Quartz, are taking special pains to stage-manage the 10-day conference.

quotemarksright.jpgDo not use your phones to send text messages or make phone calls during meeting; do not use your computer or phone to play games. Representatives are not allowed to use means such as Weibo and Wechat to live broadcast the conference.quotesmarksleft.jpg

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