By on September 10, 2012

The Chinese government reprimanded organizers of the Chengdu Motor Show for showing way too much flesh than what’s appropriate for a harmonious society.  The exhibitionist exhibits were all foreign. A finger-wagging received the display of female charms at Citroen and Kia, and a serious finger-wagging was directed at an “almost-naked Ms Yan Yu who briefly posed with a Toyota Camry before things got so mad with ‘journalists’ taking pictures that she was quickly taken back-stage,” as Tycho de Feyter reports at Carnewschina.

The showing of almost naked ladies is standard fare at communist China car shows, but could trigger arrested hearts and mass firing in the allegedly free West. Therefore, the almost naked Camry lady was trafficked below the fold. Don’t click if you are under age, easily offended, or easily fired.  Your have been warned.“Is that a jelly bra?” asks TTAC’s cross-cultural adviser, Frau Schmitto-san. “I have one in Tokyo.”

“I don’t want to see it,” answers the editor in chief.

As suspected a week ago, the reprimands were handed out at the end of the show.  Same thing happened in Beijing.  This way, organizers receive full promotional impact, the government keeps face, and there is a last-minute rise in traffic, based on righteous reporting

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