With its restrictive laws on the press, and curbs on Internet and social media use, Vietnam is one of the world's worst jailers of journalists. In a four-part series, CPJ Southeast Asia Representative Shawn Crispin
goes undercover in Vietnam to explore the risks bloggers take to cover news events, and the persecution faced by those reporting on human rights. He talks to a reporter forced into exile for challenging censorship, and reveals how those imprisoned for their writing remain jailed despite the margin opening for critical reporting.
• CPJ's recommendations
• Nguyen Van Hai released from prison