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Sina Weibo on the Chopping Block

(China Media Project)

On the 28 May, new management regulations too effect for Sina Weibo, one of China’s most popular social media sites as part of the regime’s crackdown on social media in the country.

According to (new) regulations, Netizens logging more than 5 posts of “sensitive information” would be prevented from posting for 48 hours and have relevant content deleted.

In the above cartoon posted by artist Kuang Biao to Sina Weibo, a distressed Chinese Netizen prepares to feed a post by hand into his computer as a sharp blade hovers at the top of the screen.

Related: –China Media Project

If Every Petal is Plucked, Can Spring be Stopped

Deleted Post on Violent Enforcement & Social Injustice

Joke about Online Censorship Deleted from Sina Weibo

Post Allegedly Showing Police Violence Deleted from Sina Weibo

 Hollywood Gripped by Pressure System from China –LA Times

How China Censorship Allows Govt Criticism–Silences Expression

Chinese Woman Forcibly Aborted At 7 Months

Feng Jianmei and her Forcibly Aborted Baby
Women’s Rights Without Frontiers

China, Shanxi Province–25 year old Feng Jianmei was beaten, abducted and forcibly aborted during the 7th month of her pregnancy 03 June

On the 02 April, I wrote here that China Regime henchman forced a 9 month pregnant Woman to have an abortion and dumped the crying baby into a bucket to die, in accordance of  President Obama’s Approved China One Child Policy which the dinosaur media (in the tank for Obama) continues to ignore.

Related: VP Biden in China: Understands China One Child Policy

Forced Birth Control Kills Mother & Child –Epoch Times

China Union Leader & Dissident Li Wangyang Found Dead in Hospital Room Foul Play Believed

Chinese Activists Question Dubious Suicide of Li Wangyang –UCA News

(Reuters) A Chinese union activist jailed for 21 years for his involvement in the 1989 Tiananmen Square Protests has been found dead under suspicious circumstances in his hospital room in Shaoyang City, Hunan Province, Security and hospital staff claim that Li committed suicide.

Related/Chinese: Authorities Urge Li Family to Authorize Cremation

Family Questions Suicide of Tiananmen Dissident Li Wangyang -NTDTV

How China Flouts Its Laws –Chen Guangcheng, NY Times

H/T: China Human Rights Defenders

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More than 180,000 Attend “Tiananmen Square Memorial Vigil” in Hong Kong

Candlelight Memorial Vigil on Monday in Hong Kong –Getty Image

(Apple Daily/Chinese) Organizers estimated 180,000 attended Tiananmen Memorial vigil in Hong Kong

On Monday I posted here never before seen photos of the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre, which the China Regime would rather you not see.

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