Monocolumn: T-Shirts And Tat Mark Egypt’s Revolution

Monocolumn: T-Shirts And Tat Mark Egypt’s Revolution
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Egypt’s pro-democracy revolt may have been buried on the wrong side of the Great Chinese Firewall, but that hasn’t stopped China’s vast manufacturing industry from making a fast buck out of regime change in Cairo.

Monocle
  • 2 march 2011

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Egypt’s pro-democracy revolt may have been buried on the wrong side of the Great Chinese Firewall – the Beijing authorities filtered out news of the uprising from online searches and censored comments about it on web forums – but that hasn’t stopped China’s vast manufacturing industry from making a fast buck out of regime change in Cairo.

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