So, speaking of Banned Books Week, let's look at some potential censorship going on in China. The children's book market is still blooming in China, enough to attract the government's attention. A recent document calls for more restriction of the market. The document targets quality and excessive prices, but also calls for special editing teams to review books. Specifically, they want to remove children's books containing "murder, violence, obscenity, and erotic content." It's unclear from the article exactly what counts in each of these areas, but in my humble opinion, there's a lot of danger for wide interpretation--and many perfectly acceptable, important books lost.
What are your thoughts on this action in China against content in children's books?