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China: Photoshop Propaganda Explained

Offbeat China explains why the Anhui government produced the above photoshop image in which four giant officials were surrounding a tiny elderly woman: due to limited space at the lady's home, it’s impossible to put everybody in the frame so they “had to put together two separate pictures.”

Offbeat China explains why the Anhui government produced this photoshop image in which four giant officials were surrounding a tiny elderly woman: due to limited space at the lady's home, it’s impossible to put everybody in the frame so they “had to put together two separate pictures.”

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