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Submission + - Olympic singer's voice was dubbed over (nytimes.com)

Kligat writes: It turns out that not only were the fireworks at the 2008 Olympic Games edited for television viewers, but at the behest at the top levels of Chinese government, the government replaced the voice of a third grade singer with that of a seven-year-old girl that had been judged as "not cute enough" to sing on stage.
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Olympic singer's voice was dubbed over

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