Yup, we're in China.
I studied Chinese as a high school student in Japan, but I speak very little of the language; however, as I am fluent in Japanese, which has a written language based on Chinese characters, I can get around China remarkably easily with a pen and notepad. I also had the chance to read and take pictures of several "propaganda" signs shown below.
Many thanks to reader Sonagi, who is fluent in Chinese, for her
Plastered on a wall in Dali: "Love life, prevent AIDS."
Written on a chalkboard at the Dali Mosque: "Patriotism is one component of the Islamic religion."
Painted on the side of a school in Lijiang: "Implementation of family planning education is a fundamental policy of our nation!"
The English speaks for itself at this mobile blood drive in Chengdu. Note that the tent was empty.
Painted on a wall in Leshan: "Deeping the development of party members through advanced education, building and make Leshan flourish!
Painted on a wall in a village in Shichuan province: "The policy of the party is for one couple to have one child!"