China: People's microblogging online?

While the Chinese government has blocked a large number of social media websites such as twitter and fanfou, the official online media,, fills in the gap and launches its people's microblogging page.

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  • Update:

    the website is now down. within a couple of hours, the tweet on release Liu Xiabo occupied the top in the list:

    It was then deleted. Users started testing political sensitive words on the site and found some interesting results, such as Wen Jiabao was not blocked while Hu Jintao was blocked. Now the website is unavailable for access.

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