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A Britain-based comedian has sparked a censorship row after he apologised to Chinese fans and removed a video featuring a fellow YouTube star who had been critical of Beijing.. Read more at straitstimes.com.East Asia News -A Britain-based comedian has sparked a censorship row after he apologised to Chinese fans and removed a video featuring a fellow YouTube star who had been critical of Beijing.. Read

'Uncle Roger' comedian sparks China censorship row with deleted video, East Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

YouTuber Mike Chen has urged fellow comic Nigel Ng to do “his own research” on the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) after the comedian behind the “Uncle Roger” persona apologised to Chinese fans and deleted a video collaboration over Chen’s critical stance on Beijing. Chen told HKFP that Ng had not notified him before issuing the […]

'Snubbed' YouTuber urges 'Uncle Roger' comic Nigel Ng to research Communist Party after joint vid deleted over China criticism | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

A UK-based comedian has sparked a censorship row after he apologised to Chinese fans and removed a video featuring a fellow YouTube star who had been critical of Beijing. A UK-based comedian has sparked a censorship row after he apologised to Chinese fans and removed a video featuring a fellow YouTube star who had been critical of Beijing.

'Uncle Roger' comedian sparks China censorship row with deleted video | ABS-CBN News

Uncle Roger said he is back in his home country because he misses his parents. <3Uncle Roger said he is back in his home country because he misses his parents. <3

Uncle Roger Returns To Malaysia

HONG KONG, Jan 13 — A UK-based comedian has sparked a censorship row after he apologised to Chinese fans and removed a video featuring a fellow YouTube star who had been critical of Beijing. Malaysian-born stand-up Nigel Ng has become a viral sensation in recent months with his character “Uncle...HONG KONG, Jan 13 — A UK-based comedian has sparked a censorship row after he apologised to Chinese fans and removed a video featuring a fellow YouTube star who had been critical of Beijing. Malaysian-born stand-up Nigel Ng has become a viral sensation in recent months with his character “Uncle...

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