China Bans Visible Tattoos on Pro Soccer Players

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The Conservative Government Takes a Stand Against Visible Ink

The Chinese government is known for censoring the media that is accessible to their citizens, especially content that is broadcasted on public television. They've recently taken a stand against visible ink worn by many professional soccer players, requiring their athletes to cover their ink on the field—claiming that their tattoos are a sign of disrespect to Chinese culture. Take a look at this evolving story in the video slideshow found in the photo gallery below. Then, as always, feel free to state your questions, opinions, and comments on the matter in the comments section on Facebook.

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