A woman looks at one of the Chinese government-commissioned murals, targeting official corruption, which are deemed too 'negative'. Photo: csxnews.com A woman looks at one of the Chinese government-commissioned murals, targeting official corruption, which are deemed too 'negative'. Photo: csxnews.com
A woman looks at one of the Chinese government-commissioned murals, targeting official corruption, which are deemed too 'negative'. Photo: csxnews.com

Chinese government murals that satirise corrupt officials to be erased for being too 'negative'

A woman looks at one of the Chinese government-commissioned murals, targeting official corruption, which are deemed too 'negative'. Photo: csxnews.com A woman looks at one of the Chinese government-commissioned murals, targeting official corruption, which are deemed too 'negative'. Photo: csxnews.com
A woman looks at one of the Chinese government-commissioned murals, targeting official corruption, which are deemed too 'negative'. Photo: csxnews.com
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