3Novices:Now you see Guo Wengui, now you don’t on Chinese social media

Social media in China and overseas lit up briefly after Interpol issued a red notice on Tuesday for the arrest of businessman Guo Wengui for alleged corruption.
But censors appeared to quickly take control on the Chinese mainland, limiting comment and content on the story.
On one of the country’s most popular social media platforms Weibo, a search for Guo’s Chinese name still showed several news stories on Thursday morning.
WATCH: What’s the social media buzz about tycoon Guo…
April 20, 2017 at 04:51PM
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