HERE'S ONE THING YOU WILL NOT SEE.
In August 2008, the Olympic Games will for the first time be held in China. It promises to be a splendid event, followed by hundreds of millions of people around the world.
One thing that the Chinese authorities are keeping very quiet about are the journalists - more than 30 - who are currently serving prison sentences in the country.
Not because they did something wrong, but because they had the courage to tell the truth and break news that the government tries to conceal.
There is Zhu Wanxiang, for example, who received a ten-year prison sentence when his paper dared to report on the protests of villagers over government seizure of their land.
Or Li Yuanlong, who received a two-year prison sentence for posting articles on the internet in which he criticised living standards in China.
And there is Shi Tao, who received a ten-year prison sentence for informing foreign websites about how the Chinese authorities forbade the media from commemorating the 15th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre.
At least 20 other journalists are in jail for similar "crimes".
Do you feel comfortable with the thought of the Olympic Games taking place in a country that imprisons its own journalists for telling the truth?
If not, join our campaign and send a message to the Chinese authorities, calling on the release of all imprisoned journalists ahead of the Olympic Games. To send the letter, click here