The PRC wants soft power; wants Kung Fu Panda – can’t get their heavy, bloody hands on it, however some Chinese do parody pretty well and much to North Korea’s discomfort.
China, North Korea
Whenever NK fires missiles respond by making videos like this. Now that’s ingenious.
OMG! It’s so hilarious…..made my day…
Somewhat related entry on the Economist’s China blog:
Thanks for the great link. I am not surprised that the PRC has been pilfering identities of people to post pro-CCP garbage online.
Despite their efforts PRC soft power will continue to fall flat on their faces. Soft power doesn’t grow out of some CCP bureacracy order.
And despite the criticism and common ground with SK over Japan, PRC will not send defectors they nab to SK but return them to NK. That’s one big reason as to why SK cannot really drift towards China totally. It’s just a reminder that despite what SK does to incur favor with PRC, China will continue do whatever it wants or whatever it sees are its interests.
On another note maybe this video is telling the fat one to get going and lose some weight. Exercise video.
The PRC won’t have Kung Fu Panda until they have a freer society. So, not anytime soon.
Unfortunately the PRC can’t seem to figure that out.
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