When Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End reaches the shores of China, it will be a little bit shorter than the version we saw here in the states. According to Variety, Chinese censors cut out a lot of the scenes featuring Chow Yun-Fat.
The man's not even in the movie very much as it is. More than half of his scenes have seen the editing room floor. One scene in particular had Chow reciting a poem in Cantonese. A report claimed that these cuts were made because "The sudden debut of the captain confused the audience at the Beijing screening."
Some reports claim that the edits make the film difficult to follow. Which sucks for them, because it was already pretty hard to tell what was going on in the original, longer version.