parody

Video: Censorship You M*#%@F$#@!

Artist Gao Yuan has produced a video based on the song “Nunchaku” by Taiwanese singer Zhou Jielun (Jay Chou), rewriting the lyrics to curse government censorship. In the Chinese subtitles, he uses the word...

Oath absent action turns into parody – Raymond Zhou blog

From Raymond Zhou blog: Last Sunday, 500 newly recruited civil servants participated in a ceremony in Guangzhou. They all come from government customs and tax departments, which are deemed “highly vulnerable to corruption.” (Actually, the original term is “highly dangerous professions,” something that usually refers to construction workers who toil on skyscrapers, nurses who handle […]

Parody Republic Of China

From Letters from China blog: A restaurant in Changsha parodies Grand Ceremony of the Founding of the Nation, one of the reddest oil paintings, Changsha Evening News reports. The only noticeable differences are the colour tone and a newly added caption: “Comrades, Dafanguo [Restaurant] is established!” Grand Ceremony of the Founding of the Nation (1953) […]

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