“The lack of pub­lic su­per­vi­sion dis­ables com­mu­ni­ca­tion be­tween the pub­lic and the gov­ern­ment, and when peo­ple find there’s no reg­u­lar way to vent their opin­ion, their re­pressed re­sent­ment will ex­plode in an un­con­trolled way fol­low­ing any big in­ci­dent. Aga

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Cao Lin, a com­men­ta­tor for China Youth Daily, ap­peal­ing for more free­dom to ex­press pub­lic opin­ion on his Wechat ac­count.

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