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Chinese Embassy to Denmark wants Jyllands-Posten to apologize for publishing a drawing that depicts China's flag with virus symbols instead of five stars

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  1. HoolaBoola
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    Good, they aren't going to apologize. Seriously, China is really sensitive about its public image...

    Good, they aren't going to apologize. Seriously, China is really sensitive about its public image...

    8 votes
  2. multubunu
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    These guys? Good luck with that, Winnie.

    These guys? Good luck with that, Winnie.

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  3. MrNoPro
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    Denmark's prime minister, Mette Frederiksen, has made an official reply taking the side of Jyllands-Posten. "In Denmark we have freedom of speech". Meanwhile Jyllands-Posten's Twitter is being...

    Denmark's prime minister, Mette Frederiksen, has made an official reply taking the side of Jyllands-Posten. "In Denmark we have freedom of speech".

    Meanwhile Jyllands-Posten's Twitter is being flooded by Chinese spam from accounts created this month, posting several variations of the Danish flag poorly edited with badly translated text saying stuff like "dirty white pig, wild viking" and making fun of Denmark's quick defeat in WWII.
    It was discussed on the radio this morning, where the hosts mostly laughed at the shabby "meme-war" that Jyllands-Posten has dragged us into.

    2 votes