Re: Wuyou zhi Xiang

From Jonathan Lassen <>
Date Thu, 29 Sep 2005 17:30:20 -0400
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Shut down by the authorities.

It seems like the precipitating reason was that they (along with 40
other sites) posted the same very advanced online petitioning software
that was used during the anti-Japanese protests, only this time they
were petitioning that migrant worker (and confessed killer) Wang
Binyu's death sentence be overturned. The bookstore is still open as
far as I know.

(see: for some info on the case)

Or so google tells me anyway!


On 9/29/05, Saul Thomas <> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Does anyone know what happened to "Wuyou zhi Xiang" <>?
> Saul