China has censored a Twitter account posting quotes from the “father of modern Chinese literature.” — Literary Hub

Chinese authorities have shut down a Twitter account that was posting quotes from Lu Xun, who is widely regarded as one of the most influential writers in China from the 20th century, Echo Huang of Quartz reported Wednesday. Though Twitter is blocked in China, many users in the country access the social media network using a VPN, and…

via China has censored a Twitter account posting quotes from the “father of modern Chinese literature.” — Literary Hub

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