Editor’s sacking prompts senior advisers to resign

From the South China Morning Post, via Asia Media: “Five of the six members of the advisory board for the influential liberal magazine Tong Zhou Gong Jin , including former Guangdong party boss Ren Zhongyi, have resigned in protest at the sacking of its editor-in-chief, Xiao Weibin, sources say.

The other four to have quit are Wu Nansheng, former chairman of the Guangdong People’s Political Consultative Conference (GPPCC); Zheng Qun, former head of the Guangdong organisation department; former Hong Kong Xinhua chief Qi Feng; and former GPPCC vice-chairman Yang Yingbin. ”

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