Valentine with tongues

How the modern Chinese youth has changed. After two and a half decades of exposure to decadent western media influences, not to mention the hordes of foreign devils now marauding through the streets of major cities, both the government and the media are finding it hard to keep up, and usually resort to reactionary campaigns against pornography and violent computer games. Still, the "semi-official" news agency, China News Service, did at least find room for this celebration of China's uninhibited youth snogging on Valentine's Day.


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