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K-pop girl band pulls video after backlash in China over baby panda

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Fighto!Nov. 11  10:06 pm JST

The Commies can just shut it. The K-Pop singers can do what they want, China has no control over what happens in a foreign zoo. Fix up your own backyard and stop your mass genocide of Uighurs before you lecture other nations about a few bears, Commie China.

CoconutE3Today  09:24 am JST

It'll be great if China started caring about all endangered animals especially rhinos and elephants as much as they care for the panda(s).

If the CCP truly lived up to the original socialist/democratic roots that they say they are instead of imposing their warped un-Marxian totalitarian BS then China would be a much better place. And at the same time, they sure are making a ruckus about pandas when they don't care about their own wildlife or their people either.

Can it, Communist Party of China!

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It'll be great if China started caring about all endangered animals especially rhinos and elephants as much as they care for the panda(s).

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The Commies can just shut it. The K-Pop singers can do what they want, China has no control over what happens in a foreign zoo. Fix up your own backyard and stop your mass genocide of Uighurs before you lecture other nations about a few bears, Commie China.

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Fine, so the Chinese don’t like the way the Panda’s are being cared for, at Korean expense (they are only on loan), either they can pay the cost of offloading them on to other countries or the Koreans can send them back, at China’s cost.

You can’t blame the Chinese public for ignoring the serious problems in their own country, they are not allowed to know of them and if they do and mention them they will join the others in the concentration camps, oh sorry technical training schools.

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Beware the Chinese....

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Honestly does anyone, or should anyone, care what China thinks?

About political stuff? No. But on panda related stuff I'm willing to defer to their expertise.

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That panda should never have touched Blackpink. She's too precious.

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Offense culture at its best.

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China is just looking for an excuse for a fight. They're just finding something to lip off about. Do they suddenly care about pandas more than their own citizens or what?

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China having standards.......haha, that's rich.

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The fact that this sort of fervent and aggressive nationalism by those angry Chinese commentators completely overlook their own countries horrendous record on animal rights and abuse is quite remarkable.

Perhaps, like their dear party leaders, pandas are special and deserve extra special care and treatment.

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F off, China. Those are my K-pop angels. How about looking at your own problems like mass incarcerations and brainwashing of minorities.

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China is such an interesting country. Concentration camps: OK. Touching baby-pandas: WHAAAT?!

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Holding a panda while wearing too much makeup. What is the correct amount of makeup for holding a panda?

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Honestly does anyone, or should anyone, care what China thinks?

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