ViewsAsia by CartoonArts International for June 28, 2021

  1. Triumph
    Daeder  over 1 year ago

    I’m starting a new tech company, “Bamboo Computer Corp”.

    How do you think it will fare?

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    PraiseofFolly  over 1 year ago

    Is there any living animal more grossly over-commercialized than the panda?

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    Odon Premium Member over 1 year ago

    Egad’s, he’s eating ballots!

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    Redd Panda  over 1 year ago

    Last issue of the ’’Apple’’, Hong Kong’s sole free speaking paper. When China gets done with H.K. it’s attention will turn to Taiwan. And then?? Japan or Korea, maybe Thailand? Sky’s the limit. And the world is giving them the $$ to do it with.

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  5. Morning cuppa
    Wizard of Ahz-no relation  over 1 year ago

    When Hong Kong was turned over to china it was with the promise that the people would keep British freedoms for 50 years. the chinese government has pretty much trashed these and when it’s brought up they say we, non-chinese, should keep out of an internal matter, but it isn’t internal because they made their pledge to the UK which they have no violated.

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    William Bednar Premium Member over 1 year ago

    So that’s where all those uncounted Trump ballots went? Chinese Pandas ran out of bamboo stalks and had to resort to eating U.S. Presidential ballots impregnated with bamboo. Hey, if Trump can start asinine rumors, so can I.

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  7. Atheism 007
    Michael G.  over 1 year ago

    China has eyes bigger than its head. Just like Germany did, twice.

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    Redd Panda  over 1 year ago

    ‘’Surely, you can’t be serious!’’

    waiting for punchline, with baited breath

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  9. Rick o shay
    wiatr  over 1 year ago

    In case anyone missed it, the Commies in Hong Kong just snuffed out the last newspaper which pushed for freedom of the people.

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