Art works featuring Batman and Winnie the Pooh censored from Australian university art gallery upon Chinese complaints

Three art works among an exhibition featuring images from dozens of countries were withdrawn from an art gallery on the campus of the Australian National University after Chinese students complained about “racial discrimination” and “humiliation of China.” Three works by artist Luke Cornish featuring Chinese currency bearing the altered images of Mao Zedong and Xi Jinping were removed from the exhibition following the complaints. The exhibition “Don’t Shoot the Messenger” by Luke Cornish, running from March 12 to April 15

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