What did the t-shirts of the rescued Chilean miners say? Most of the miners chose to wear them over their jumpsuits:
From Beijing, China by NBC News’ Bo Gu
Until last weekend, Liu had been interviewed by both Chinese and foreign media about what he was selling: T-shirts that superimposed Obama’s face over that of China’s late Chairman Mao Zedong on the front, and the words “Oba Mao” on the back.
But Lui’s brisk business was suddenly terminated by local government officials, just days before Obama’s arrival in China, without any explanation. He says he was simply told, “No, you cannot sell Obama T-shirts anymore.”
Finally truth in advertising – and it comes from China. (like we didn’t know it already)