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Taiwan spot with China to ban Winnie the Pooh

TAIPEI – Taiwan has the Chinese government on the heel taken since Beijing, the new Walt Disney movie about Winnie the Pooh would have banned. The Chinese ban is, according to some in the media set because the Chinese president Xi Jinping on the internet, often mockingly compared to the teddy bear.

The Taiwanese minister of Foreign Affairs, Joseph Wu has on his twitter account an image of a bear, the mascot of the Taiwanese tourism sector.

The Taiwanese minister of Foreign Affairs, Joseph Wu has on his twitter account an image of a bear, the mascot of the Taiwanese tourism sector. The bear is “shocked”, is there, because of the Chinese ban “on the film of his nephew, Winnie.”

“Make no mistake: all the bears are in Taiwan equal”, is also in the tweet, with the announcement that the film Janneman Robinson & Pooh in all national cinemas running.

The relationship between China and Taiwan is bad. China recognizes Taiwan not as a state, and considers the island as a renegade province.

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