China censors social-media messages: Report

  • In the wake of a video documentary about air pollution in China gaining popularity earlier this year, hundreds of posts on Weibo, China's equivalent of Twitter, were also censored for commenting on the film and its findings, researchers have reported.In March 2015, the video documentary entitled 'Under the Dome', went viral. The film was viewed more than 200 million times before it disappeared following government objection.The film included the tale of a six-year-old girl, who says she has never seen white clouds, stars, or blue skies. Source: IANS