Several accounts on Weibo, China’s No.1 microblogging service, have been live reporting a violent riot caused by the death of a driver in Luzhou, Sichuan province.
This weekend, unrest can be felt in the air all over China. This weekend, chanting of “Long live Chairman Mao” once again can be heard all over China. This weekend, pictures with Mao started to be censored on Weibo.
A duel between pro-government intellectuals and liberal intellectuals outside the gate of a Beijing Park stirred up debates about the limits of violence.