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
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