Winnie the Pooh censored in China

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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 and Tigger] which was widely circulated and enjoyed because of the striking resemblances.

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