Pianist accused of soliciting prostitute looks like this in the latest ep of hit Chinese reality show.. this kind of total erasure is happening so often that everyone finds it perfectly normal. pic.twitter.com/ECjZX7mV8v— Viola Zhou (@violazhouyi) October 22, 2021
Chinese police have detained a prominent concert pianist and reality TV personality, Li Yundi, dubbed the “piano prince”, on allegations of hiring a sex worker.The charges were revealed by Beijing police in posts on a Chinese social media network that read more like a trailer for a TV show than an official law enforcement notice....The news shocked China and divided opinion, with nearly 800m views of the hashtag “LiYundiDetainedForProstitution” in just two hours after the police post, Reuters reported. “My God. Li Yundi, the piano prince?” one shocked online commentator wrote.
A Chinese TV show has removed all cigarettes from actors hands in post-production and the result is kinda eerie pic.twitter.com/nNCtlsD8c8— Fergus Ryan (@fryan) October 21, 2021