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China: Missing persons unbloggable

With screenshots and a statement from Microsoft, the Asiapundit blogger counters the assumption of some that the MSN Spaces blog of illegally-detained Beijing or Bust blogger Wu Hao‘s sister Nina has been blocked:

“There was an outage of the service for those who were using China Telecom's ISP service – but there was no outage for users of CMC and other ISPs. Further, the problem with China Telecom has now been resolved. The above screen shot was taken minutes ago in Shanghai without a proxy.”

“Hao Wu is still imprisoned without charge ,” he continues. “Tomorrow, he will have been detained for a full two months.”

2 comments

  • […] China: Missing persons unbloggable: “With screenshots and a statement from Microsoft, the Asiapundit blogger counters the assumption of some that the MSN Spaces blog of illegally-detained Beijing or Bust blogger Wu Hao’s sister Nina has been blocked: […]

  • tsegay Habtamu

    I am a 23 year old asylum seeker from Eithiopia ( Wonji nazrath) I am searching for my family who I lost in the war. I escaped to Sudan and I was then transported to England. My mother (Baush shefraw) stayed behind.
    The soldieres took my father (Tsegay Alemu and my sister is Finot Tsegay). I have no idea where they are. I don’t know if they are alive or dead. If you have family or friends in Eritrea or Eithiopia please ask them to circultate this email and also ask if any one knows of my family.
    Thank you for reading this.
    Tseagay Habtamu Alemu DOB 7/11/87
    07908765918

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