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Oh Snap! Obama Is a Celebrity in China

A stone carving of President Obama is on sale in Shanghai, China, along with carvings of celebrities like Will Smith, Tom Cruise, and Katie Holmes. Obama will be meeting with both ordinary citizens and Chinese leaders in Shanghai and Beijing starting today. As you can tell from these photos, creative vendors in China are ready to capitalize on Obama's visit. You just got to love capitalism communism!


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PinkNC PinkNC 6 years
This is no suprise. A lot of ousiders feel this way about him.
mermei mermei 6 years
I live in China. Everyone I talked to today about Obama had one of two things to say: either he should deal with his own country rather than telling China how to run theirs, or they wanted to talk about his half-brother who lives in Shenzhen. The bristling at President Obama's criticism of internet freedom is predictable (it's one of those "I can criticize my own country, but don't you dare try it" kind of things), but at least part of it has to be that everyone here in China who wants to get onto blocked websites does. Period. Oh, and Nanjing is blaming him for the freak snowstorm today. Nanjing never gets snow this time of year, but Obama comes to talk about preventing global warming, and then it snows all day.
mermei mermei 6 years
I live in China. Everyone I talked to today about Obama had one of two things to say: either he should deal with his own country rather than telling China how to run theirs, or they wanted to talk about his half-brother who lives in Shenzhen.The bristling at President Obama's criticism of internet freedom is predictable (it's one of those "I can criticize my own country, but don't you dare try it" kind of things), but at least part of it has to be that everyone here in China who wants to get onto blocked websites does. Period.Oh, and Nanjing is blaming him for the freak snowstorm today. Nanjing never gets snow this time of year, but Obama comes to talk about preventing global warming, and then it snows all day.
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