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China tries to wipe Internet icon from Web

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This is really news, but the pic of this woman along with the headline is just too funny.

China tries to wipe Internet icon from Web
BEIJING (Reuters) - Floozie or role model, attention monger or free spirit? For months, China has been debating what to make of its latest Internet-born star, a young woman known nationwide as Furong Jiejie, aka Sister Furong.
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