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

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