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11/10: Chinese Americans protest against Jimmy Kimmel skit
Released 10 November 2013  By CCTV NEWS (CHINA)

Chinese Americans protest against Jimmy Kimmel skit

2013-11-10 CCTV NEWS (CHINA)

Chinese Americans across 26 cities in the United States protested on Saturday against what they believed was an offensive skit on comedian Jimmy Kimmelís late night show on the ABC Network.

The segment, which aired on October 16, evoked outrage across the community, after it featured a child suggesting that a solution to the US debt owed to China would be to "kill everyone in China."

Most protesters have argued that the problem was not the childís comment, but the fact that Kimmel did not challenge it.

The network and Kimmel have apologized on air and in writing to Chinese and Asian American groups, but the apology was deemed "insincere" by the majority of Chinese community.

The protesters have demanded stern action against the comedian and are hoping to deliver a positive message to children to reject violence.


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