As China's "MeToo" movement gathers steam, individuals and media platforms are pushing at the boundaries of what is allowed on the country's tightly controlled Internet by finding ways around censorship to allow activists to mobilise support.
Over the past two weeks, dozens of people have taken to China's Twitter-like platform, Weibo, to publish stories of sexual harassment by Beijing's top literati and leaders of non-governmental organisations. Although no prominent official has yet been publicly accused, regulators have taken a cautious approach, as with all public incidents that can spark mass expressions of discontent.
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