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Winnie the Pooh censored in China after President Xi Jinping comparisons

CBS News Tuesday, 18 July 2017 ()
Little Bear Winnie, the Chinese moniker for Winnie the Pooh, joins list of internet references to China's top leaders that are restricted
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News video: Winnie The Pooh Got Banned From China

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Winnie The Pooh's image got banned from the Internet in China after memes started comparing Winnie The Pooh to the President of China.

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