04 Jun 2013

Tiananmen Square and Rubber Ducks

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Chinese social media remembering the Tiananmen Square protests of June 4, 1989 evades censorship using a little Photoshop ingenuity.

The rubber duck image came to mind because a giant rubber duck visited Hong Kong harbor early last month.

Emmy Chang reports: “As of 11:19 AM local time on June 4, according to the _South China Morning Post_: “‘Rubber duck’ has since been blocked as a search term on Sina Weibo.”


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