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The Snickers team is hiding in front of China
A very successful chocolate bar collapses before the Chinese dictatorship!
American chocolate company Mars Wrigley (including Snickers, Twix) apologized Friday for a Snickers ad that Chinese social media users said suggested Taiwan was a country.
Videos and pictures of the event promoting the limited-edition Snickers bar, which will only be available in South Korea, Malaysia and Taiwan, went viral on Chinese microblogging site Weibo on Friday.
Unbelievable (and inedible): The American bar company issued an apology on its Snickers China Weibo account, saying the content had been changed.
When asked by BILD, Mars Wrigley declined to comment on the matter to date.
The former Snickers slogan “When you’re hungry” should be rewritten: “When you’re cowardly”…
The US summoned the Chinese ambassador
On Friday, the US summoned Chinese Ambassador Qin Gang and the People’s Republic’s reaction to a controversial visit to Taiwan by a top US politician. Nancy Pelosi (82) criticized.
US National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said Friday that China’s response was unfair. This threatens peace and stability in the region.
The clear message: “We’ve also made it clear that the United States is ready for whatever Beijing decides to do.” America has no interest in the crisis. At the same time, the US will continue to support Taiwan.
The Chinese dictatorship announced on Friday that it was severing ties with the United States on several levels.
Among other things, a planned meeting of high-level military representatives from both sides was canceled and bilateral climate talks were suspended. Additionally, China has decided on sanctions against Pelosi and the immediate family of the Speaker of the US House of Representatives.
This will further strain the already tense relations between the two superpowers. At the same time, the People’s Republic continued its largest maneuvers to date in the waters surrounding Taiwan in response to Pelosi’s visit, a show of military might.
The development has fueled fears of a growing conflict over Taiwan, which China considers its own territory.
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