The New York Times, which this week had an exclusive and extensively detailed report claiming that Premier Wen Jiabao's family owned assets worth 1.6 Billion pounds, has been blocked on the Internet by censors, shortly after publication on Friday.
Bloomberg is still blocked weeks after their exposé of the next President Xi Jinping's family fortunes.
The Government is more worried about the New York Times, because it launched a Chinese language version this year.
It could be months before they are unblocked, if they are at all.
The allegations of China's leaders using their power to enrich their families are currently highly toxic, especially as the Communist Party has just made a very public example of Bo Xilai's corruption.However, the authorities know that those who regularly read the NYT and Bloomberg simply use a Virtual Private Network (VPN); and are only delayed by a few seconds.
It's worth remembering that almost 60% of people in China are not online and the majority do not read English. So it's relatively easy for the Government to stamp on stories written by US or UK media which could threaten their control.