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Sussex MP calls on China to reconsider ban of Winnie the Pooh

A reversal of a ban on Chinese social media of one of Sussex’s most famous residents, Winnie the Pooh, has been called for by an MP.
Crawley Observer Also reported by •Sussex Express

Winnie the Pooh falls foul of Chinese censors

Winnie the Pooh briefly became a taboo character on Chinese social media this week. Josh Noble discusses what was behind this latest example of internet censorship in China with the FT's Yuan Yang in..
FT.com

Videos for "Winnie The Pooh"

News video: Justin Bieber Can’t Go To China…Ever

Justin Bieber Can’t Go To China…Ever 01:49

Justin Bieber joins the list of celebrities banned from China, like Winnie The Pooh!
Source: TMZ TV Clips -

News video: Winnie The Pooh Got Banned From China

Winnie The Pooh Got Banned From China 01:14

Winnie The Pooh's image got banned from the Internet in China after memes started comparing Winnie The Pooh to the President of China.
Source: TMZ TV Clips -

News video: China Banned Winnie The Pooh For Looking Like Its President

China Banned Winnie The Pooh For Looking Like Its President 01:07

Chinese censors have been cracking down on Winnie-the-Pooh memes since at least 2013.
Source: Vocativ - Affiliate -

News video: 'Winnie the Pooh' Ban in China Is Absurd, They Should Be Flattered ... Says Voice of Pooh

'Winnie the Pooh' Ban in China Is Absurd, They Should Be Flattered ... Says Voice of Pooh 01:07

Jim Cummings -- the voice of Pooh since the '80s -- told us China and Prez Xi are taking the comparison all wrong, because it's actually a good thing.
Source: Raw and Uncut -

News video: China Is Not Found Of Winnie The Pooh: Chinese Censors Remove Gif Images From Social Media

China Is Not Found Of Winnie The Pooh: Chinese Censors Remove Gif Images From Social Media 00:46

Winnie the Pooh is in trouble with the Chinese censors. Gif images containing the bear and his friends were removed from Chinese social media, including WeChat and Weibo. 
Source: IBTimes US -

 

China bans Winnie the Pooh on social media after comparisons with President Xi Jinping

Upcoming Communist Party congress means even tighter state control of social media is likely, experts say
Independent

'Oh, bother': Chinese censors can't bear Winnie the Pooh

'oh, bother': chinese censors can't bear winnie the pooh
The phrase 'Little Bear Winnie' - Pooh's Chinese name - has apparently been blocked on Chinese social networks. The bear has been used in the past in a meme comparing him to Chinese President Xi.
MailOnline Also reported by •BBC News

'Oh, bother': Chinese censors block Winnie the Pooh over meme comparing him to Xi Jinping 


Telegraph.co.uk

Daily briefing: Brexit round 2, property buoys China GDP, Winnie the Pooh censored

Clashing UK cabinet overshadows divorce talks
FT.com

Winnie the Pooh blacklisted by China’s online censors 

Social media ban for the fictional bear follows comparisons with Xi Jinping
FT.com

Winnie the Pooh, Christmas tree and kittens - strange things founds in Northern Ireland sewers

NI Water have revealed some of the unusual things workers have found in sewers.
Belfast Telegraph

Goodbye Christopher Robin trailer: Heartwarming biopic on the Winnie the Pooh author stars Dohmnall Gleeson and Margot Robbie

Dohmnall Gleeson and Margot Robbie take the lead in the British period drama, as husband and wife Alan Alexander and Daphne Milne. But the story is really about the relationship between Milne and his..
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