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6 Websites Closed In North China For Discussing Ethnic Problems

Posted by Author on July 27, 2007

(Excerpt) Reporters Without Borders, 26 July 2007-

The popular discussion forum Mongolian Youth Forum (www.mglzaluus.com/bbs, in Inner Mongolia, north China) was closed by the authorities on 12 July. According to the Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Centre (SMHRIC), which contacted one of the site’s administrators, Elsen, the forum was censored because it was operating without permission.

According to Elsen, the real problem was linked to frequent discussions it hosted about “ethnic problems” in the Chinese province.

The discussion forum, Nutuge, was earlier closed, in February 2004, on the orders of the Public Security Bureau after it posted a message considered to be “illegal”. The forum, created in 2002, had become one of the most popular in Inner Mongolia and mainly dealt with Mongolian culture and history. It did not deal with “sensitive” political and religious questions.

Five other websites have reportedly been closed or blocked in recent months, according to the SMHRIC, for posting “separatist content” or “discussion of ethnic problems”. These were:

Mongolian Landscape Forum, http://brgd.91x.net/bbs/,
The New Tribe, http://www.huhe1121.com/php/index.php,
Children of Grassland, http://www.minimongol.com,
The Home of Mongols, http://ehoron.com/bbs/index.asp,
The Steppe, http://www.talnutug.com

– Excerpt from Reporters Without Borders’ report : Repression in Inner Mongolia continues as jailed journalist is mistreated and websites closed

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