September 19, 2021

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China has banned "female" men, and they are said to be a bad example to young people

China has banned “female” men, and they are said to be a bad example to young people

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There have been reports recently that the largest country in East Asia has imposed restrictions on children playing video games. And that’s not all. Now they also plan to battle Korean music groups.

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China’s state television regulator has banned the “feminine” men’s show and called for support for the “memoir” models. They don’t want them on TV. They are said to be a bad example to the younger generations, according to the portal ladbible.com.

General Secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and President of the People’s Republic of China Xi Jinping plans to study business, education, culture and religion in the country. According to him, they should promote the interests of the communists.

This includes, for example, banning “feminine” men from appearing in the media because they say it is unaesthetic. In its announcement, the Chinese regulator used the derogatory word “niang bao”, which basically means grandmother.

In this way, they plan to stop any influence, for example, of the boy bands that came to China from South Korea and Japan. The country fears that this lack of promotion of “men” will destroy the younger generations.

China is ruthlessly against addiction.  Kids can only play video games for three hours a week

China is ruthlessly against addiction. Kids can only play video games for three hours a week

And that’s not all. China also plans to ban promotion Internet vulgar celebrities “and” vigorously promote China’s excellent traditional culture, revolutionary culture, and advanced socialist culture. The media content regulator said broadcasters should avoid performers who “break public order” or “lose morale.” He writes that programs related to celebrity children are also banned. daily Mail.

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In the entertainment media industry, this ban was immediately reversed. On Saturday, microblogging platform Weibo Corp suspended thousands of fan club accounts that included various posts with Korean boy groups. Famous Chinese actress Zhao Wei also disappeared from streaming platforms without explanation. Its name has simply been erased from the titles of movies and TV shows. another actress, Zheng Shuang was fined $46 million for tax evasion.

The authorities say so “Political transformation and a return to the original mission of the Communist Party of China, a return to centralism and socialism.” In addition, the list was circulated on social media last week Celebrity misbehaviorwhich was allegedly blacklisted by Beijing.

The move comes at a time when Beijing is trying to take action not only against the Western values ​​promoted by celebrity culture, but also against the power of the wealthy elite. It includes billionaires and owners of Chinese tech companies.