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Tuesday, June 21, 2005

The Lighter Side of Police Corruption

A friend recently pointed me to a very long and involved joke about police corruption that can be found, in various versions, on Chinese websites. In one version the nationality of the policeman was changed to "African" (country unspecified), possibly to avoid political problems for the cautious poster, but the details seem pretty Chinese to me.

Unfortunately the joke is only in Chinese. It would translate well, however -- it doesn't rely on puns -- so if anyone wants to give it a try, I may post the result.

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