Essay: Red Flag, Blue Pencil
Constructed: Lara Johnson-Wheeler on how China's restrictions on online content, art and freedom of speech affect both established and emerging creatives.
Interview: Layla Sailor on Chinese Fashion Film
Artist and educator Layla Sailor discusses censorship, creativity and teaching fashion film in China.
Essay: Why a Square Nation Should Come Out
Bobby Luo, with the help of ghost writer Firdaos Pidau, posits that Singapore's conservative views on sexuality are holding back its art.
Essay: The Worst Thing in The World
Killed: John Taylor on the role of photographic images in experiencing catastrophe, specifically that of 9/11.
Essay: A War Against Aesthetics
Killed: Jo-Ann Furniss on fashion's reactions - knee-jerk or otherwise - to September 11.
Editorial Gallery: Killed
A selection of controversial editorial and catwalk imagery of 2001-2002, some of which was never published.