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South Park creators say ‘sorry’ to China

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The makers of South Park have made their ‘apologies’ to China because the country is being ridiculed in the most recent episode of the animated series. South Park completely disappeared from the Chinese internet in response. “We welcome Chinese censorship in our homes and hearts,” commented makers Trey Parker and Matt Stone mockingly on Twitter.

In the episode Band in China, Randy, Stan’s father, is caught selling weed in China and is sent to a labor camp similar to the ‘re-education camps’ in Xinjiang province. Randy meets a captive Winnie the Pooh, a reference to the censored bear. Winnie is censored in China because he is compared on social media with Chinese leader Xi Jinping. “Xi doesn’t look like Winnie the Pooh at all,” Parker and Stone now say.

The men hope to be able to make it up to them. “Long live the great communist China! May the rice harvest be rich this fall. Is it good between us, China?”

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