The creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, made good on their plan to return to China after banning their long-running animated series from criticizing the Chinese government.
The episode of Wednesday night on Comedy Central titled "SHOTS !!!" reached a milestone as the 300th episode and included a profane reaction to Beijing.
"F– – The Chinese Government !! The characters" Towlie "and" Randy "scream after Towlie admonishes Randy for selling marijuana to China and tells him about the country's human rights abuses.
Towlie then beats China ̵
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On Monday, Chinese censors deleted, cleared and deleted every clip "Every episode and online discussion on the country's streaming services and social media outposts was a reaction to last week's episode where Hollywood made fun of a trend, the Chinese censors not to offend as they seek big gains in the communist country.
Tensions between the US and China also increased due to a controversy on the NBA – triggered by a twi Weekend news, in which Houston Rockets General Director Daryl Morey expressed his support for democracy-promoting protesters in Hong Kong, a Chinese territory.
Several companies in China, including some of the NBA's key business partners, were fiercely quarreled in the league for Morey's tweet.
After that, several NBA-related events in China were canceled, but two scheduled preparatory games between the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets were still underway on early Thursday.
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The first game should start on Thursday at 7:30 am CET, the second is scheduled for Saturday morning.  9013]