Send to a Friend
Docs & Non-Fiction (Cultural, News, Politics)
[ 6:17 - from YouTube ]
According to the third most popular article on the New York Times website on March 12th, these videos are the product of Chinese internet subversives who are attacking China's strict censorship policies and recent digital crackdown through puns and "double entendres with inarguably dirty second meanings." The words Grass-Mud Horse and River-Crabs seem inoffensive at first, but in reality are ingenious ways to flout Chinese censors.
eGuider: Julian Camilo Pozzi
Playwright/Video Producer, House of Broken Windows
Julian Camilo Pozzi is producing traditional and new media projects that strive to combine compelling entertainment with pressing social concerns. He is interested in supporting and collaborating with like-minded professionals.