Blogging and adultery seem to have become two of China’s fastest growing trends. So it should come as no surprise that they should combine in the story of a man from Jiangsu province, who wrote a blog about his wife’s affair. Around 60,000 readers tuned in for regular updates on the straying spouse. The author’s entries – under the catchy title ‘The amour between a female staff member of Shanghai Railway Bureau and a man from Xuzhou’ – revealed his wife’s steamy sessions with a man called Sui, whose telephone number he also posted online. The vengeful blogger lamented: “What sort of mother is she?” The online rant ended with his wife suing for divorce (and damages for her loss of privacy).
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