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Chinese newspapers, books and websites will no longer be allowed to use English words and phrases, the country's publishing body has announced, saying the "purity" of the Chinese language is in peril....
"It is banned to mix at will foreign language phrases such as English words or abbreviations with Chinese publications, creating words of vague meaning that are not exactly Chinese or of any foreign language," it said.
Originally posted by drkid
Well they must be really angry we gave them fake gold bars.
Originally posted by Blackmarketeer
France does the same thing, the idea being to protect the sanctity of your native tongue, or in France's case keep it from becoming a dead language