Peppa Pig blocked from China's Douyin video platform
by BMT - May 01, 2018 at 04:56 PM
#1
A popular British cartoon has been removed from one of China's most popular social media platforms, with state media saying that the character is being used subversively. Social media users in the country noticed video clips of the cartoon were being removed on Saturday, and on Monday, state newspaper Global Times said that the #PeppaPig hashtag had been removed from the Douyin video website, while searches for "Peppa Pig" on the site produced no results.

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http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-43953432
#2
I can not say that I do not support this action. and on the other hand, there are many others dumb cartoons that are still in circulation...
#3
thatsssss realllyyy unfortunate you know.
#4
China's government is kinda fucked up.
#5
They banned Winnie the Pooh as well because everyone kept saying he looked like Xi Jinping.

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