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Toad Cartoon Mocks Former Chinese Regime Leader Jiang Zemin

Background: Former Chinese Communist Party head Jiang Zemin attends the opening session of the 18th National Congress at the Great Hall of the People on Nov. 8, 2012, in Beijing, China. At that Congress Xi Jinping, who has pursued members of Jiang's faction with corruption charges for 19 months, was installed. (Feng Li/Getty Images) Top right: The front page of the Aug. 30, 2014, Yangcheng Evening News is seen next to a close up of the toad cartoon. Netizens interpreted this front page as mockery of the former Communist Party leader Jiang Zemin. (Epoch Times)
Background: Former Chinese Communist Party head Jiang Zemin attends the opening session of the 18th National Congress at the Great Hall of the People on Nov. 8, 2012, in Beijing, China. At that Congress Xi Jinping, who has pursued members of Jiang's faction with corruption charges for 19 months, was installed. (Feng Li/Getty Images) Top right: The front page of the Aug. 30, 2014, Yangcheng Evening News is seen next to a close up of the toad cartoon. Netizens interpreted this front page as mockery of the former Communist Party leader Jiang Zemin. (Epoch Times)

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