September 2013 is Lunar August 15, the day when the moon
looks perfectly round than any other day during the year
in the Northern Hemisphere. Traditionally in China this is
the second most important festival for family reunion in
a year after the Chinese New Year. Like what
happened last year, Bo Xilai's supporters once again
sent their best Moonday wishes online to their hero.
Despite China's, arguably, most popular social media weibo.com
is toughly controlled by the men working for the State Council's
Information Office who instructed the moderators to delete
any pro-Bo Xilai message, the posts just keep popping up
here and there like wild fire, and below is one of them:
思古堂先生： Today is
Moonday, this mooncake is for our national hero. It's not
a bribe, it's our heart.