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Floating Filipino Government Officials, Chinese Reactions

Floating Filipino government officials, Photoshopped visiting a disaster area following Typhoon Nesat.

Floating Filipino government officials, Photoshopped visiting a disaster area following Typhoon Nesat.

From NetEase:

Philippines officials’ disaster area visit photograph Photoshopped

Summary: After last week’s Typhoon Nesat passed through the Philippines capital city of Manilla, the Philippines government posted on a social media website a photo of 3 government officials standing on the rubble of a walkway destroyed by the typhoon discussing the disaster situation. Someone noticed that the photo was Photoshopped. The Philippines government Public Ministry has already made a statement of apology regarding this matter.

A photoshop of the floating Filipino government officials, at a boxing match.

A photoshop of the floating Filipino government officials, at the Last Supper of Jesus Christ.

A photoshop of the floating Filipino government officials, surfing on a surfboard.

A photoshop of the floating Filipino government officials, on The Beatles Abbey Road album cover.

Comments from NetEase:

中國有風險投胎需謹慎 [网易广东省深圳市网友]:

Much more realistic than the Photoshops of a certain country.

毛脸鸡蛋 [网易江苏省淮安市网友]:

Although the skill is good, the originality is still ours!

广州小谢 [网易湖南省益阳市网友]:

So the Philippines doesn’t have any temporary workers to be the scapegoat… Looks like they still haven’t learned the Heavenly Kingdom‘s true knowledge/tradition.

我们的党 [网易广东省江门市网友]:

China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs should immediately lodge a serious protest: This is stealing our patent!

弱无气势 [网易宁夏银川市网友]:

China has already become a powerful country in the truest sense, having now begun exporting ideologies!

我是火星男孩 [网易吉林省敦化市网友]:

Of all the countries you can learn from, they had to learn from China. Although, it has to be said that this [Photoshopping] skill is much higher than certain people.

gztong [网易广东省广州市网友]:

So it seems our inferior and shameless methods still have people following them and learning, eh? Looks like only the Philippines could do something like that.

诚也 [网易瑞士网友]:

The wu mao must be so tired, searching all over the world to find a scapegoats [find others who do the same thing].

caoyh6 [网易福建省福州市网友]:

Ah?? I actually thing it was Photoshopped quite well…If it weren’t pointed out… And even if it were pointed out…I think it is still quite hard to notice…

小么个 [网易江苏省南京市网友]:

We’ve been infringed upon! It was us who first invented this!

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Fauna is a mysterious young Shanghainese girl who lives in the only place a Shanghainese person would ever want to live: Shanghai. In mid-2008, she started chinaSMACK to combine her hobby of browsing Chinese internet forums with her goal of improving her English. Through her tireless translation of popular Chinese internet news and phenomenon, her English has apparently gotten dramatically better. At least, reading and writing-wise. Unfortunately, she's still not confident enough to have written this bio, about herself, by herself.

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