WSJ Weibo post on corruption deleted

The following post by the official Weibo account of the Chinese website of the Wall Street Journal (华尔街日报中文网) was deleted from Sina Weibo sometime before 3:39 a.m. today, November 14, 2012. The post takes readers to an article by Liu Gang (刘罡) about how China should deal with the problem of endemic corruption. [More on deleted posts at the WeiboScope Search, by the Journalism and Media Studies Centre].

[Newspaper Reading: How Should China Deal with the Scourge of Corruption?] At the 18th National Congress of the CCP, corruption has become a very hot issue. How should China deal with corruption that is now rife from top to bottom? Author: Liu Gang http://t.cn/zjzU7xG

The original Chinese-language post follows:

【读报:中共如何应对腐败沉疴?】- 腐败问题在中共十八大会议上成为十分热门的话题,对于已经从上到下渗透到整个中国社会的腐败现象,中国该怎么办?作者:刘罡 http://t.cn/zjzU7xG

NOTE: All posts to The Anti-Social List are listed as “permission denied” in the Sina Weibo API, which means they were deleted by Weibo managers, not by users themselves.

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