China's Ministry of Culture is preparing a list of songs that will be banned in karaoke bars. In a statement on its website, the agency said karaoke bars must remove any songs that: "endanger national unity, sovereignty or territorial integrity, or harm national security, honor or interests" or that "incite ethnic hatred." The statement said only "healthy" songs that "promote positive energy" should be performed.
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No, law enforcement and school officials cannot order students to remove posts about exposure to the coronavirus.
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An academic field rife with hostility to private gun ownership now gets to know the address of every California owner of a weapon, a weapon part, or ammo.
Both literally and in terms of quality