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The Graffiti Seen ‘Round the World

The Graffiti Seen ‘Round the World

Rachel Lu on Public Radio International

It’s tourist season the world over: let the shenanigans begin. After a young Chinese tourist’s defacement of an ancient Egyptian temple was photographed and shared online, the harsh backlash has gone viral in China’s blogosphere. Tea Leaf Nation Founding Editor Rachel Lu joined Public Radio International’s The World from Hong Kong to discuss the issue with anchor Marco Werman. Listen to the interview below.

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