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Google is removing Chinese History month in the US due to pressure from conservative groups.
The search giant said Tuesday that it was removing Chinese events in the calendar from its search results, according to a tweet from a company spokesperson.
“While we have historically offered Chinese events for search results in the United States, we have recently made the decision to remove Chinese events from our search results,” the spokesperson said.
“Google believes that Google has a responsibility to show the full breadth of its cultural heritage and our country’s past.
Google has never discriminated against anyone based on race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disability, religion, or other protected characteristics.
We believe that all people deserve the opportunity to learn about the cultures, customs, and languages of their own countries.”
The Google spokesperson did not provide a reason for the decision.
Google has been a vocal opponent of the removal of the Chinese language month, which was announced earlier this year.
The company has also blocked a number of events from its YouTube channel in the past, including one for a film starring a Chinese actor, which aired on March 25.
Google pulled the Chinese version of its calendar earlier this month, after conservative groups threatened to boycott Google in retaliation.