close video NBA commissioner ‘trying to thread the needle’ with China: Sports reporter USA Today sports reporter Jeff Zillgitt discusses the NBA commissioner’s response to Chinese censorship. ‘South Park’ creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone made good on their plan to fire back at China after Beijing banned their long-running animated series over its criticisms of the Chinese government. Continue Reading Below Wednesday night’s episode on Comedy Central, called “SHOTS!!!,” reached a milestone as the series’ 300th – and included a profane response to Beijing. “F— the Chinese Government!! characters “Towlie” and “Randy” shout, after Towlie admonishes Randy for selling marijuana to China and tells him about the country’s human rights atrocities. Towlie then bashes China — and anyone who does business with the country — before he and Randy shout the profane phrase. GET FOX BUSINESS ON THE GO BY CLICKING HERE On Monday, Chinese censors erased, deleted and purged every clip, episode and online discussion of the show from the country’s streaming services and social media outposts. The move was a response to last week’s episode, which mocked Hollywood for a tendency in recent years to avoid offending Chinese censors as it pursues big profits in the communist country. Tensions… Read full this story
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