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China has introduced a program designed to make propaganda fun – an online knowledge competition that poses questions about the rules of proper socialist internet use and other cyber matters. Late last week, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) outlined the topics for the quiz, which focus on current "hot topics" and …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Question 7, which of the following is true?

    1. My parents must be frequently observed in case they are Western running dogs.

    2. I must keep a portrait of our Dear Leader in every room.

    3. I must admit to my thought crimes at least once a month.

    4. All of the above.

    1. Sorry that handle is already taken. Silver badge

      Re: Question 7, which of the following is true?

      I think you've been reading the North Korean edition

      1. Benegesserict Cumbersomberbatch Silver badge

        Re: Question 7, which of the following is true?

        Yes. And the Russian one. And the Iranian one. And...

  2. Sora2566 Bronze badge

    Well, at least it's not another cringy song...

    1. cookieMonster Silver badge
      Pint

      Upvote, I was torn between the spluttered keyboard and the pint icon.

      Pint wins, always.

  3. Rikki Tikki Bronze badge

    My answer

    1. What Xi Jinping thinks is the law, is the law.

    Do I win?

    1. Benegesserict Cumbersomberbatch Silver badge

      Re: My answer

      Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era, to give it its full name.

      Long words bother me.

  4. t245t Silver badge
    Big Brother

    Office of the Central Cyberspace Affairs Commission

    Office of the Central Cyberspace Affairs Commission

    Cyberspace isn't supposed to be Central, it's supposed to be distributed, unless it's hosted in the NSA Cloud.

  5. MiguelC Silver badge
    Big Brother

    There are no wrong answers

    Only one-way trip re-education camp-worthy ones

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