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  2. Pornography in China - Wikipedia

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    Pornography in China, which is defined as the People's Republic of China (PRC) or the Republic of China (ROC), may vary depending on governing authority. PRC criminal laws prohibit producing, disseminating, or selling sexually explicit material which the person doing so may be sentenced to life imprisonment.

  3. List of websites blocked in mainland China - Wikipedia

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    Tests for both symptoms of DNS poisoning and HTTP blocking from a number of locations within mainland China. China Firewall Test - Test if any domain is DNS poisoned in China in real-time. DNS poisoning is one way in which websites can be blocked.

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  5. China, IL - Wikipedia

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    China, IL (meaning China, Illinois) is an American adult animated sitcom created by Brad Neely for the Adult Swim programming block on Cartoon Network. The series takes place at The University of China, Illinois , dubbed the "Worst College in America" and located at the edge of town.

  6. Australia–China relations - Wikipedia

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    According to Newsweek magazine and China's state-run news agency Xinhua, Cuba made a joint statement on behalf of 45 countries in support of China's "counter-terrorism and deradicalization measures" in Xinjiang. Kuwait also made a joint statement supporting China on behalf of three Arab nations.

  7. China–Israel relations - Wikipedia

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    History. In the 1930s, David Ben-Gurion, then leader of the Yishuv in Palestine, proclaimed that China would be one of the great world powers of the future. For some time after the 1949 Chinese revolution, the People's Republic of China was diplomatically isolated, because the United States and its allies (including Israel) recognized the Republic of China (commonly known as Taiwan) as the ...

  8. Demographics of China - Wikipedia

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    The demographics of China demonstrate a large population with a relatively small youth component, partially a result of China's one-child policy. China's population reached 1 billion in 1982. As of November 2020, China's population stood at 1.412 billion.

  9. Film censorship in China - Wikipedia

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    The film was not released in China, despite changing the invading antagonist from China to North Korea. A Touch of Sin: 2013 China The film depicts "shocking" violence in China caused by economic inequality and political corruption, including the shooting of local officials.