Consensus, a website that brought together Chinese intellectuals from across the political spectrum, appears to be the latest victim of Xi Jinping’s widening media crackdown
The sudden closure of the seven-year-old site was reportedly ordered by Beijing authorities on the October 1 National Day holiday, and Consensus' CEO wrote on his WeChat social media account that this was due to its "transmitting incorrect ideas."
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