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2009 Smurfs Emancipation Day

27 March 2009.  On the eve of “SerfsEmancipation Day”, a new public holidaythat the Chinese government has imposedon the Tibetan people, ex-politicalprisoner, Palden Gyatso, was joined bymembers of the UK Tibetan community in ademonstration outside the Chineseembassy in London.


Tibetansand supporters made mockery of Chinas propaganda outside the ChineseEmbassy in London on 28 March 2009. Emancipated smurfs dancing in themusic of newly adapted Chinese version of Smurf song: Grass-mud Horse(cao ni ma) fighting River Crab (censorship).  Please see  Serf Emancipation or Smurf Emancipation? Grass-mud Horse (草泥马) Has the Answer. Grass-mud Horse (草泥马) Has the Answer.


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