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Chinese authorities step in to ‘correct’ Japanese-themed street in Guangdong popular with tourists

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]A popular Japanese-themed shopping street in China’s Guangdong province has been closed since the beginning of the “golden week” holiday, disappointing tourists and stoking speculation copyright complaints and patriotism could be behind the change.The 100m-long road in Foshan city called Ichiban Street quickly gained popularity among young Chinese who could not travel abroad due to coronavirus travel restrictions, but the street has now been sealed off with emergency tape and barricades to…

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A popular Japanese-themed shopping street in China’s Guangdong province has been closed since the beginning of the “golden week” holiday, disappointing tourists and stoking speculation copyright complaints and patriotism could be behind the change.The 100m-long road in Foshan city called Ichiban Street quickly gained popularity among young Chinese who could not travel abroad due to coronavirus travel restrictions, but the street has now been sealed off with emergency tape and barricades to…

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