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wallposter

[ wawl-poh-ster ]
/ ˈwɔlˌpoʊ stər /
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noun
(in China) a usually lengthy notice, complaint, personal opinion, etc., handwritten in large characters and hung on walls in cities, as a means of communication and for criticizing or attacking government policy or politicians.
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Origin of wallposter

First recorded in 1965–70; wall + poster1
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British Dictionary definitions for wallposter

wallposter
/ (ˈwɔːlˌpəʊstə) /

noun
(in China) a bulletin or political message painted in large characters on walls
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