Here's The Tweet That Got A Chinese Woman One Year Of Hard labour

Earlier, we told the story of a how a Chinese woman re-tweeted a joke about protests and got a year of hard labour as punsihment.

Here’s that tweet:

china tweet

It reads:

Anti-Japanese demonstrations, smashing Japanese products, that was all done years ago by Guo Quan [an activist and expert on the Nanjing Massacre].  It’s no new trick.  If you really wanted to kick it up a notch, you’d immediately fly to Shanghai to smash the Japanese Expo pavilion.

Two reactions:

1. Boy do 140 characters say a lot more than 140 english characters.

2. Shouldn’t everyone retweet this?

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