China’s latest propaganda tool is a collection of custom GIFs — this is what they look like
China’s top discipline watchdog has released a collection of cartoon GIFs reminding citizens of the anti-corruption rules officials must follow.
The set of 16 GIFs were released this week as a package of stickers available to download and share on WeChat.
Called the “Eight Rules Expression Package,” the animated cartoons illustrate very strict rules on officials’ behavior that have become more visible this year amid a crackdown on corruption and society at large.
China’s government has previously released propaganda videos, apps and cartoons to promote its agenda, but this appears to be the first collection of GIFs.
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