PETALING JAYA: China Press recently announced that their official Facebook page has been taken down on Monday (June 10).

It was not disclosed as to why the Mandarin-language daily publication’s social media page which boosted over 2.5 million followers was taken down.

A report by the publication recently stated that it has since migrated to another Facebook page.

According to Malaysiakini, citing China Press’ editor-in-chief (EIC), the page was taken down following a post that was said to have “violated Facebook’s community guidelines.”

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The EIC also mentioned that Facebook had not specified which post that violated community guidelines.

“We are undaunted and continue to stand on the frontlines of news - not disappeared,” the daily’s management were quoted as saying.

The daily publication is currently posting its articles on China Press Johor’s Facebook page.


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