China blacklists Winnie the Pooh on social media

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China censors Winnie the Pooh

- jerusalemonline.com
17 Jul 2017
The reason behind this surprising action is the fact that the loveable teddy bear has become a symbol representing Chinese President Xi Jinping. In addition to deleting posts, GIFs and stickers containing the star of A. A. Milne's books have been removed from the WECHAT messaging network, which has over 889 million users within the country. Furthermore, China has ...

Images of 'Winnie the Pooh' blocked on Chinese socia media

17 Jul 2017
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Winnie the Pooh censored in China

- thebookseller.com
17 Jul 2017
Hockx, formerly the director of the China Institute at SOAS, University of London, added: "It's probably safe to say that there has been some sensitivity surrounding Winnie images that are circulating in order to spoof the Chinese president. It all started out a few years ago with the image [of the president walking with Barrack Obama, leading to comparisons with Winnie ...

Why China banned Winnie the Pooh and why it matters

17 Jul 2017
German writer and online satirist Christoph Rehage has come under fire by government backed online commentators for his video claiming that Chinese communist hero Lei Feng and Mulan would make great kids. Rehage, who speaks fluent Mandarin, had his Weibo account closed, cutting him off from his 100,000 followers. When Rehage compared Mao and Hitler in another video, he ...
- globalriskinsights.com

Chinese censors can t bear Winnie the Pooh

- france24.com
17 Jul 2017
Comparisons between Xi and Pooh first emerged in 2013, after Chinese social media users began circulating a pair of pictures that placed an image of Pooh and his slender tiger friend "Tigger" beside a photograph of Xi walking with then-US President Barack Obama.

China bans social media users from discussing Winnie Pooh

17 Jul 2017
An image comparing Pooh and fellow stuffed animal Tiger to a photo of President Xi Jinping and then-U.S. President Barack Obama went viral in 2013, and political consultancy firm Global Risk Insights said another meme comparing Pooh and Xi was China's most censored image of 2015.
- upi.com

Winnie the Pooh gets banned from Chinese social media for looking too much like Xi Jinping

- shanghaiist.com
17 Jul 2017
Over the past few days, Chinese censors have been working overtime following the death of China's most famous jailed dissident Liu Xiaobo last Thursda y. Since then, censorship of Liu Xiaobo's English and Chinese names has grown to also encompass his given name (Xiaobo), as well as even a ban on the candle emoji .

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