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10 Forbidden Stories of 2009 in China (1)

Posted by Author on January 8, 2010

Epoch Times Staff, updated: Jan 7, 2010 –

The rapidly emerging and formidable force of Chinese netizens

The Chinese regime has imposed the toughest internet censorship in the sensitive year of 2009 which marked the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre, 10th anniversary of the persecution against Falun Dafa, and the 60th anniversary of communist rule in China.

China has the largest population of Internet users in the world, with over 300 million users in 2009. Despite the tough internet censorship, netizens have become a great force to advocate human rights and monitor government officials. They have successfully put pressure on the regime to convict a malfeasant official who was responsible for the mysterious death of Li Qiaoming in a detention center in Yunnan Province; set rape case waitress Deng Yujiao free; and to sentence a corrupt government official, Zhou Jiugeng, to 11 years in prison on charge of taking bribes. They have also exposed some regime officials for spending public money to travel to Las Vegas.


The Mysterious Death of Li Qiaoming
China jails corrupt government official Zhou Jiugeng

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Original report from The Epochtimes

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