The Heirs of Mao ban a rabbit cartoon. Yes, a rabbit cartoon. I kid you not.
Reckon they're worried the little bunny-wunny-wunnies might hurt 'em:
A GRISLY cartoon that marks the upcoming Year of the Rabbit by portraying a bunny revolt against brutal tiger overlords has proven an online hit, with its thinly veiled stab at China's communist rulers.
(Video from YouTube)
And in related news, the Chinese Politburo has also declared a news blackout on the popular revolution against Hosni Mubarak in Egypt. Not just on the uprising, but on the entire country. That is to say, the merest mention of the word "Egypt" in China is now a crime-against-the-state. (At least as far as China's micro-blogging sites go.)
Nervous much, Pharoah Hu Jintao?