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9.14.2005
  Brave new word
Chinese Bans Foreign-Sounding Names.

Nice to see the Chinese are dedicated to a new 4th reich world.

Kunming first enacted rules against naming developments after foreign places, people, brands or companies in 1997.

Xiao said new guidelines were issued in August to add emphasis following a denunciation of the practice by Kunming Communist Party Secretary Yang Chongyong.

"The fashion for foreign sounding names on buildings is a loss to native culture and reflects poor taste," Yang said in remarks reported by the official Xinhua News Agency. "We must correct his practice immediately."
 
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