British vlogger explains how Western media discredits China

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British vlogger Jason explained the tactics used by Western media to discredit China in a humorous and mocking way. The video takes Jason’s walk in a small mountain village in Guizhou as the premise. While experiencing the Chinese rural landscape, he expounds on the suppression of the Chinese media by certain Western media outlets, how they wantonly fabricate stories to discredit China without understanding the country and their “double standards.”

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