Neil Gaiman wrote his book Chu’s Day because all of his other children’s books had been rejected by Chinese publishers for having unreliable parental figures, among other things, and he wanted to make a book so adorable they couldn’t possibly reject it. Fortunately, the Milk does not appear to fit into that category, featuring, as it does, a father telling an elaborate story to explain the epic adventure he went on while going to the store for milk. While perhaps Chinese government censors think this sort of thing undermines principles of filial piety, it sounds pretty familiar to me.
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(via USA Today.)