Chinese censors have been working overtime on social network Weibo after users noticed that the new headquarters of state propaganda sheet the People’s Daily News (see pic) looked, er, a bit phallic.
According to the South China Morning Morning Post, Weibo searches for “People’s Daily” and “building” appear to show that the terms have been blocked.
“It seems the People’s Daily is going to rise up, there’s hope for the Chinese dream,” quipped one Weibo user.
Padraig Reidy is senior writer for Index on Censorship. @mePadraigReidy