The tumult at Hong Kong’s leading English language daily, the South China Morning Post continued today, with a relativelty small and obviously engineered rally in front of the Post’s headquarters by chanting demonstrators who burned copies of the paper, banged on the doors and stuck posters on the building over the Post’s coverage of the death of dissident Li Wangyang in China. The protesters scuffled briefly with police.

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