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China Bans Game Recognizing Taiwan Independence 892

Posted by Zonk
from the that's-one-way-to-get-your-point-across dept.
OhioJoe writes "MSNBC is reporting that China has banned a soccer game that depicts Taiwan as independent. Violators are threatened with $1200 fines. From the article: "The game, 'Soccer Manager 2005', contained content that harmed China's sovereignty and territorial integrity and violated Chinese law, the Xinhua news agency reported on Tuesday."
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