帝都 实行宵禁 (Imperial capital implements night curfew / dìdōu shíxíng xiāojìn): the imperial capital likely refers to Beijing while the night curfew in question perhaps was the that would supposedly be enforced during the 2008 Beijing Sumer Olympics. NBC News reported:
For weeks leading up to the Olympics, reports had surfaced that officials would crack down and curtail the rambunctious partying Beijing — and the rest of China — is known for. Signs warning against drugs and prostitution were posted all around Sanlitun, an area known for those vices… . Officials also said that bars and clubs would be shutting off the taps and music at 2 a.m., a curfew that was never honored before… . But all the concerns seemed to be much ado about nothing. All along Sanlitun bar street Tuesday night, people were sitting outside one of the dozens of bars, enjoying the (relatively) cool Beijing night as security volunteers and police stood nearby.
In a break from our usual series of highlighting words blocked from searching on Weibo, for the next two days I’ll be looking more deeply at the keywords on chat messenger app LINE’s “bad words” list. For more about this series, see this introductory post.