Western narrative likes to pit Chinese against China’s government censorship. In accepting the director of the year award, Feng Xiaogang (冯小刚) publicly lamented the difficulties he faced in complying with Chinese censors. What Feng and the 10,000-some people who retweeted him on weibo (sizable, but not that big a deal given the 500 million+ users) need to realize is that Hollywood will never make blockbusters about innocent Iraqi’s or Afghani’s and other innocent civilians killed in America’s drone strikes. Hollywood will never do a lot of things. All Feng needs to do is to ask his Hollywood friends to make a list, then he will understand perhaps what he has to put up with is not all that bad. Don’t get me wrong. All societies practice censorship. The simple truth is really just that some societies simply have thick skin like the fattest pig and feel no embarrassment wagging fingers at others.