Google still shows search results for tecn.cn (Training-Education-China), a Chinese website often quoted as a source of political information, but “the address can’t be found” when clicking the link. Underthejacaranda has some information on the forum’s history, and possible backgrounds of what starts to look like a ban.
[An open letter to the Washington Post, from Hermit.]
Dear Washington Post,
it’s alright to show the world the dirty business of your presidents at home. Feel free to do so anytime you wish, especially when they don’t understand China. But if you continue to disappoint us with your editorials on Xinjiang, Net Nanny will take control of your website asap and replace your pathological liars with fresh and professional Global Times Staff.
Until then, we will remember the Post for its historic coverage of the Watergate scandal, but we will also remember it for its biased and untrue presentation of opinions.