After the incident of “sweeping” Trieu Vy in the night, the list of Cbiz artists about to “on the cutting board” was also spread by bloggers.
On the afternoon of August 27, the Hoan Cau page posted a list of 47 Chinese-language artists who were pending, causing a stir among netizens. Also according to the information of this site, the full list will be announced by the General Administration of Radio, Film and Television of China on the evening of the same day. Among the names appearing on the list shared by Global Global, there are famous faces such as La Chi Tuong, Ly Tieu Lo, Huynh Xiaoming, Dang Tu Ky, Tu Nhuoc Tuyen, Hoang Canh Du, Ly An…
Worth mentioning, it is surprising that in the list there is the appearance of female idol Tzuyu, who is currently active in the Korean group Twice, which makes many people difficult to understand. The reason is that both she and the group Twice have almost no activities in China, but are still being called out. However, many people believe that this incident may be related to the female idol’s past incident.
Specifically, in 2016, in the pre-debut introduction video, Tzuyu once introduced herself as Taiwanese. Immediately, this incident made Chinese fans angry. Soon after, not only did JYP Entertainment’s stock plummet, but Tzuyu was also faced with the termination of her advertising contract and was asked to leave the group. Currently, Tzuyu’s appearance on this list makes her fans extremely worried.
Before that, the first “shot” to open the “cleanse Cbiz” campaign was Trieu Vy. Not only did the topic hashtags simultaneously disappeared, but she was also removed from a series of classic films for her starring role such as Hoan Chau Cach Cach, Tan Rivers of Separation, Painted Skin, Mother tiger, father cat… causing Chinese netizens to “wake up” while Chinese authorities continuously took strong measures against artists. Currently, new developments and the next names caught in the incident are causing interest to netizens.
Video Tzuyu apologizes for introducing herself as Taiwanese:
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