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Thursday, 28th March, 2019

  • 06:25 PM - Staffan quoted charlesatan in post Chinese Government Burns Cthulhu RPG Print Run
    In general, China has guidelines on certain tropes/themes that are banned from the country. The concept of banning something is not inherently wrong--Germany bans Nazi iconography for example--but specific applications of censorship (since this is being performed by the government) are open to criticism. Without reading the book in question, grounds for destroying the print run might include: * Depiction of skeletons * Criticism/Defilement of Chinese culture/traditions * Promotion of drinking/smoking * Time travel * Cleavage * Homosexuality Given that the book was intended for export, and that it was about 1920s Shanghai in the Mythosverse, it seems more likely that it ran afoul of political issues (such as showing representations of the Republic of China) rather than aesthetic or moral ones.
  • 03:23 PM - Sadras quoted charlesatan in post Chinese Government Burns Cthulhu RPG Print Run
    Without reading the book in question, grounds for destroying the print run might include: * Time travel Why would time travel be an issue?
  • 03:18 AM - billd91 quoted charlesatan in post Chinese Government Burns Cthulhu RPG Print Run
    In general, China has guidelines on certain tropes/themes that are banned from the country. The concept of banning something is not inherently wrong--Germany bans Nazi iconography for example--but specific applications of censorship (since this is being performed by the government) are open to criticism. Without reading the book in question, grounds for destroying the print run might include: * Depiction of skeletons * Criticism/Defilement of Chinese culture/traditions * Promotion of drinking/smoking * Time travel * Cleavage * Homosexuality Maybe... but before offering them too much benefit of the doubt, there's a difference in them suppressing materials designed for their own market and suppressing materials being processed for foreign companies for a foreign market. They've usually been pretty compliant with American businesses exploiting their labor force and lax environmental regulations. Too much of this kind of behavior loses them business that will probably go to the next c...

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