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1-05-2009 @ 10:06PM
Actually no. Not to derail the thread, but what happens to some sort of animal mascot is different than the violation of a culture's moral taboos. Nudity on TV is an issue because it reflects the traditional American moral views or a rejection of them (those who were offended vs those who were not).The Pandaren issue is an issue created by the Chinese government. The Chinese government are not adverse to having pandas portrayed at all (Ranma 1/2 aired in China, sans nudity for example and was popular in part because of Genma Saotome [person who turns into a panda]).Really the two things are entirely different.
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