Ji’a’po is a fast food chain founded in 2007 and now there are about a hundred stores in China. What make people impressed the most about this chain however is the logo, as it looks so much alike as KFC’s one. Netizens in China start making fun of these two nearly identical image and calling Ji’a’po is the lost sister of Colonel Sanders from Kentucky Fried Chicken.
Sadly to hear, according to the Oriental Morning Post reported, there is no infringement in this case which is claimed by the State Administration for Industry & Commerce.
Look at the photo below carefully, is there anything obscure you see? If not, you have to check your eyes or please do click on the photo immediately.
People have discovered the People’s Daily, a biggest daily newspaper in China published a photoshopped image again on 26 June. Is this a no big deal?
On this familiar picture, it writes: "I did not stop you before, now you can never stop me too!" – "a little common sense will see that the cavalry, if we journey. The mantis mantis car criminals are able to block it?"
I am amazed and yet feeling sad. About the historical origin of the picture and also the degree of the freedom of speech. It seems that with the launch of the software, Green Dame, there will be a whole bunch of anti-activities, worsening the conflict between the Government and the people; letting the breakage of the confidence even greater.