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Why Social Media Meant China Couldn't Lie About Bo Xilai Anymore

Business Insider
Wednesday, 18 April 2012

Why Social Media Meant China Couldn't Lie About Bo Xilai AnymoreWhen the message appeared on the Weibo account of Xinhua, China's official news agency on April 10, announcing charges against the family of high-profile party leader Bo Xilai, it ended many days of public speculation on China's largest political crisis in decades.

But it also left Chinese web users even more deeply confused...
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