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Remember that Chinese anti-corruption website Nick Kristof gushed about in a recent NYT Op-ed? Well, it has now been shut down, reports Chinese blogger EastSouthWestNorth.
(Found on Paul Frankenstein's daily World Blogger Roundup over at Global Voices... a good example of why those roundups are worth checking out and why the links are worth clicking through.)
Posted at 11:01 PM in China, Freedom of Speech, Global Voices, State-sponsored Thuggery | Permalink
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