The online ax has fallen on sympathizers, too. Wu Wei (吳偉), a Guangzhou-based based writer who posted photographs from Monday’s protest said his Sina Weibo account was deleted Monday afternoon. Two guards dispatched by the local police were posted to his residence to prevent him from going out, said Wu, better known by his pen name, Ye Du (野渡).
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Rally, online protest over China censorship spread
FACE OFF:Protesters calling for media freedom and CCP loyalists waving Chinese flags hurled insults and had a minor scuffle near the offices of the ‘Southern Weekly’
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