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Stop Making Fun Of China's Replica Eiffel Tower And English Village

January 18, 2013

"The Chinese tradition of duplication as power and control goes back to the Qing dynasty and earlier, and permeates modern Chinese culture." The copies of European landmarks say, "We can pick and choose whatever we want, including owning a piece of the West. In fact, we're so rich we can own the West without even having to go there." The Atlantic 01/17/13

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