It's not just Peng. China is cracking down on MeToo movement

FILE - A man pulls a sign reading "stand together" away from a supporter of Zhou Xiaoxuan, a former intern at China's state broadcaster CCTV, outside a courthouse in Beijing on Sept. 14, 2021. Zhou, who accused well-known state TV host Zhu Jun of groping her when she was an intern and was once praised for her courage in speaking up, faced a campaign of harassment and can no longer post on her public-facing accounts.

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