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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Lin Hsi-Hui
A television series about imperial palace drama in the 17th century has captivated viewers in Taiwan, but its emphasis on the dark side of human nature has made it less popular with cultural authorities in China.
Partly because of "Zhen Huan," Mr. Lin said, Chinese authorities decided to limit historical dramas to just 10 percent of the total of next year's complement of TV series.
Partly because of "Zhen Huan," Lin said Chinese authorities had decided to limit historical dramas to just 10 percent of the total of next year's complement of TV series.