|China Blogs Reappear a Day After Closure|
|Reuters News Wire (email@example.com)|
Thu, 9 Mar 2006 20:32:54 -0600
Two of China's most adventurous Web logs reappeared on Thursday, a day|
after apparently being shut down by government censors.
The blogs, belonging to Beijing-based journalist Wang Xiaofeng and to
"I like telling jokes, but this really wasn't a joke and it wasn't
But Wang, who blogs under the name "Dai San Ge Biao," a play on former
Yuan Lei's blog, called "Milk Pig" and known for its gossipy posts
Both are hosted on the domestic Yculblog.com.
The closures coincided with China's annual 10-day session of its
They also fit a pattern of stepped up monitoring of the Internet. The
Copyright 2006 Reuters Limited.
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