Chinese fashion and shopping startup Xiaohongshu is under investigation by authorities after a post on its social media account on the 32nd anniversary of the bloody crackdown on the Tiananmen Square pro-democracy movement, The Wall Street Journal said. Xiaohongshu’s account on the Twitter-like Weibo microblog was blocked after its post on June 4 said “Tell me loudly, what is the date today?”...
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