Celebrating Chinese-African Friendship - What Could Go Wrong?

In China, criticism of the CCTV African skit on social media has been censored. This is not surprising, given that, every year, Chinese censors work hard to erase negative comments of a show that has gone from being a must-watch for many Chinese families to a source of memes and jokes for younger generations, writes Dani Madrid-Morales for The Conversation.

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Chinese censors work hard to erase negative comments of the show that has gone from being a must-watch for many Chinese families to a source of memes and jokes for younger generations.

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