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February 27, 2008

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Celebrated Chinese Antelope Photo Is A Fake

An award-winning photo that appeared to depict the harmonious coexistence of man’s ultra-modern progress and Nature’s timeless rhythms smacked a bit too much like government propaganda to sharp-eyed critics, who have now revealed the image as a Photoshopped fake. Turns out, as this as this Wall Street Journal article puts it, “train tracks in Tibet aren't where the antelope play.”



Ralph the Rifleman

Too bad it's not a real photo;it looks kinda cool!

Looks super-fake at first glance. Who thought that was real?

WA Mtnhunter

Who really cares? Everything the Chinese do is either fake or chintzy. China is an ecological disaster that affects the rest of the planet.


Brian T

I read that the Chinese had to recall a shipment of lead metal. It was contaminated with children's toys.


Don't see how you could say it was a real photo.

Mc. Squizzy

looks totally fake. I'm sorry. Who would do this anyway and try to get an award for it? Thats not right!

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