Doraemon is banned in France?

Doraemon
@youless (87164)
Guangzhou, China
March 6, 2016 10:02pm CST
I am surprised to hear that. Doraemon is one of my favorite cartoons in my childhood. The reason that it is banned because whenever Nobita has a difficulty, he will seek for help from Doraemon. The French education department thinks it is not a good cartoon for children. What do you think?
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@slayer08 (2382)
• Philippines
7 Mar 16
you me both, I mean, why? this is one great cartoon and its really funny. I remember growing up with toons like this. well, too bad for them France'll never know how great Doreamon is
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• Calgary, Alberta
7 Mar 16
France is actually a conservative country and Doraemon have many perverted moments.
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@youless (87164)
• Guangzhou, China
7 Mar 16
I grow up with this cartoon.
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@slayer08 (2382)
• Philippines
7 Mar 16
@CaptAlbertWhisker well, that's good to know - I'll remind myself to not talk perversely when I meet a french guy or girl. lol.
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@LadyDuck (122597)
• Switzerland
7 Mar 16
It the first time that I hear about this cartoon, but what I know is that the French Education system is excellent.
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@youless (87164)
• Guangzhou, China
7 Mar 16
France is not so far away from you. Perhaps you can give us further news to see whether this is a rumor only.
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@LadyDuck (122597)
• Switzerland
7 Mar 16
@youless I have searched in French on the French media but I cannot find confirmation of this news. I only found that Doraemon has been banned in Bangladesh. Where id you hear about France?
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@youless (87164)
• Guangzhou, China
8 Mar 16
@LadyDuck I heard it is banned in France from a radio here.
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@celticeagle (114547)
• Boise, Idaho
7 Mar 16
I think it is good that he is seeking help from someone else. I don't know the cartoon. Schools and the education departments have to be careful I guess.
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@youless (87164)
• Guangzhou, China
7 Mar 16
Not all the characters in TV will be powerful, they can be weak, too. It is more vivid like the reality.
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@celticeagle (114547)
• Boise, Idaho
7 Mar 16
@youless ...I suppose so.
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@MGjhaud (20800)
• Philippines
7 Mar 16
there are countries/schools who bans cartoon character. they think its influence to children are not good. hello kitty has been banned in Poland due to its satanic representation to kids.
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@youless (87164)
• Guangzhou, China
7 Mar 16
Hard to believe it, as I think Hello Kitty is just a cartoon for children for sure
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@MGjhaud (20800)
• Philippines
7 Mar 16
@youless i cant believe it myself that they did refer to it as satan. its just one cute looking cat.
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@jstory07 (58052)
• Roseburg, Oregon
7 Mar 16
I have never heard of that cartoon and have never seen it.
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@youless (87164)
• Guangzhou, China
7 Mar 16
It is a Japanese cartoon and it is also famous in China.
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@sishy7 (27410)
• Australia
7 Mar 16
You'd think I should know everything about Doraemon seeing my avatar - but I know very little, actually...
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@scheng1 (24947)
• Singapore
7 Mar 16
Never heard of such excuse. We do not turn out crazy because of watching the cartoon. I think the French education department is too narrow minded.
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@youless (87164)
• Guangzhou, China
7 Mar 16
I agree with you. Lately they have a new rule. That is they ban parents to upload their children's photos online. It will lead to be in prison, hard to believe. As I think it is normal for parents to show their children's photos online now and then since they are cute and it is a kind of happiness.
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• Calgary, Alberta
7 Mar 16
I decided to comment again because I am very curious what is @Sishy7 's reaction and opinion about this matter.
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@youless (87164)
• Guangzhou, China
7 Mar 16
I still feel bad that Doraemon is banned.
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@sishy7 (27410)
• Australia
7 Mar 16
Oh, it's probably seen as promoting easy-way-out or short-cuts to children instead of working or trying hard to find solutions to problems...
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@youless (87164)
• Guangzhou, China
7 Mar 16
I almost think you are a fan of Doraemon
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