The songs China doesn't want you to hear

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In China, the government has banned a list of 120 songs from the internet, including a string of karaoke favourites.

It says the songs "trumpet obscenity, violence, crime or harm social morality", and has ordered them to be removed from websites.

Songs with titles like I Love Taiwanese Girls, Fart, Beijing Hooligans and Don't Want to Go to School have all been blacklisted.

Video journalist: Alvaro A Ricciardelli

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