Today is apparently Journalism Day in China! And while most organizations here will be observing the achievements of “enterprising reporters,” Global Times has taken the time to write up an interesting and harrowing reminder of the problems journalists – especially good investigative ones – face here. It’s no surprise that journalists have it tough in China, but did you know there were 11 known cases of reporters who were beaten or harassed in just this year? Or that investigative reporting was polled as one of the most dangerous jobs in China (after coal mining and, funnily enough, being a government official)? Anyhow, if you know a Chinese investigative journalist, what today probably teaches you is that they deserve a hug. And better rights.