Zhou Libo's toilet comments draw public anger

Zhou Libo,Chinese comedian

Shanghai stand-up comedian Zhou Libo has found that blogging on the Internet is no laughing matter. His recent remarks on weibo, China's equivalent of twitter, has sparked anger and condemnation after he called the Internet "a public toilet."

November 28, 2010, Shanghai - "The Internet is a place for netizens to throw their private shit, and when all private ones get together, it becomes public shit and the Internet is actually a public t...   Full Story

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