Domestic Chinese news websites today are running a wanted list and photo gallery of Tibetan fugitives with a police number that people can call with any information about them. Here is the Sina.com special Tibet coverage page (click to enlarge):
The French TV station France24 has a report on their citizen media "Observers" website showing a screenshot of Yahoo! China's front page which at some point today displayed the "most wanted" ad, linking to the full photo gallery and list. The report says:
Yahoo China pasted a "most wanted" poster across its homepage today in aid of the police's witch-hunt for 24 Tibetans accused of taking part in the recent riots. MSN China made the same move, although it didn't go as far as publishing the list on its homepage.
Here is their report and Yahoo! China screenshot:
The report does not say what time the screenshots were taken. As of this writing, neither Yahoo! China nor MSN China are running the "most wanted" information anywhere that I have been able to find. (If anybody does find it in some corner of those sites where I've failed to look please let me know.) Did anybody else see this material on Yahoo! China and MSN China, or have a sense of how long it was there?
I wouldn't be surprised if the local editors just automatically ran it because everybody else in China was running it, then got over-ridden by management in the U.S. who realized how badly this would play outside of China... Such is the disconnect between China and the West on the Tibet issue.
Interesting note: France24 Observers is run by the former head of Reporters Without Borders' Internet desk, Julien Pain. Here is a video of him describing the project.