He’s sweet as honey — but the Chinese just can’t “bear” Winnie the Pooh. The portly cartoon character has been banned from Chinese social media in light of unflattering memes comparing Pooh to President Xi Jinping. Since 2013, users have plastered photos of Pooh walking next to his tall, slender pal Tigger next to ones...
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