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UPDATE: Xinjiang authority suggests to put blogger on a travel blacklist for posing next to a martyr’s tombstone ‘showing no respect’

A travel blogger who posed next to the tombstone of Chinese martyrs who died in the Galwan Valley border clash had his account shut down on Chinese social media for “showing no respect” to the heroes. Photo: Dazhong Daily

A travel blogger who posed next to the tombstone of Chinese martyrs who died in the Galwan Valley border clash had his account shut down on Chinese social media for “showing no respect” to the heroes.

The procuratorate organ in Xinjiang responded to the news on Sunday evening on its official account on China’s social media platform Weibo, saying that “they have contacted the tourism department and suggested that the blogger be put on a travel blacklist.” 

The local prosecutorial organ has joined the local military to strengthen management of the Kangxiwa Martyrs Cemetery and prevent similar activities against the martyrs, the reply said.

The travel blogger, named “Xiaoxian Jayson,” who had a travel account on Chinese social media platform Toutiao News, was…

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