Fact Check – Did China ban posting memes comparing Winnie Pooh to Xi Jinping?

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eMessage:
China ban posting memes comparing Winnie Pooh to Xi Jinping

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Oh, bother. Internet users in China have been banned from posting memes comparing Winnie the Pooh to President Xi Jinping. 

Ayupp Analysis – Yes, this is correct news. And China has banned all the internet users in China from posting memes comparing Winnie the Pooh to President Xi Jinping.

Read the detailed news below –

China bans ‘illegal’ Winnie the Pooh memes

http://www.news.com.au/finance/economy/world-economy/china-bans-illegal-winnie-the-pooh-memes/news-story/d5fa4d4460fd885242fed417df38a85d?utm_content=SocialFlow&utm_campaign=EditorialSF&utm_source=News.com.au&utm_medium=Facebook

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