On August 20, 2008, the Chinese authorities indefinitely shut down a popular website dedicated to the advocacy of rights of citizens in China, www.315wqchina.com. For the over 200 days that it was active, the website was shut down repeatedly because of its content, but was generally allowed to be up, until August 20. The last articles that it posted and which apparently led to its final closure were a story titled “Olympic Gold Medals Will not Determine the Happiness of the People” and a poem by a policeman.
Weiquan (wq) is a Chinese phrase meaning “safeguarding rights.”
Source: Boxun, August 20, 1008