The popular children’s book, Alice in Wonderland, was banned in China and other places because it featured talking animals.

  • Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland was written by Lewis Carroll in 1865
  • The book has been banned in multiple countries
  • The most popular reason organizations ban the book is because of its references to drug use
  • In China, however, the book was banned because it features talking animals
  • In 1931, the Governor of the Hunan Province in China said,

Animals should not use human language, and it is disastrous to put animals and human beings on the same level.