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<blockquote>台媒的标题很黄很暴力。 ['''[ Chinese]''']</blockquote>
<blockquote>台媒的标题很黄很暴力。 ['''[ Chinese]''']</blockquote>
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Latest revision as of 19:23, 22 January 2021

很黄很暴力 (hěn huáng hěn bàolì): erotic and violent

"Erotic and violent." (Source:
"Erotic and violent!" (Source:

Phrase that a young girl is believed to have been instructed to recite in support of the government's position on patrolling Internet content. In a December 2007 segment produced by CCTV's flagship program "News Simulcast" (新闻联播 Xīnwén Liánbō) on the easy availability of "unhealthy and vulgar Internet content," the girl fretted, "The last time that I got on the Internet to search for information, a web page popped up suddenly. It was very erotic and very violent. I hurried and closed the page."

Netizens wondered how a web page could be both violent and erotic (sadomasochistic web pages are extremely rare in China) and how such a website could appear unless the girl was looking for such content (which would be unlikely given her age). People suspected that she had been fed her lines.

Her statement is similar to that of "university student" Gao Ye, who claimed that his friend had become very disturbed from viewing pornographic content on the web. Gao was later outed as a CCTV intern.


JonathanCeshiban (@Jonathan测试版): Taiwanese headlines are erotic and violent. (December 7, 2014)

台媒的标题很黄很暴力。 [Chinese]