Tuesday, December 7

China asks influencers not to show wealth on social media | Digital Trends Spanish

Still with the controversy surrounding tennis player Peng Shuai, that reappeared publicly After several days of being reported missing after denouncing the former vice premier of sexual abuse, the Chinese authorities they asked their stars to show restraint on social media.

In a statement, the China Cyberspace Office (CAC) called on celebrities to “maintain public order and good manners, adhere to the correct orientation of public opinion, promote socialist values ​​and maintain a healthy life style”.

The Chinese government is known for its strict policies of censorship and government control. In an effort to control the information that is shared over the internet, China even keeps services like Google, Facebook and Twitter blocked. Instead, search engines and local social networks operate.

The recommendation of the Chinese ruling party comes after the tennis player Peng Shuai denounced in a local social network that she had been sexually abused by former Vice Prime Minister Zhang Gaoli, a statement that earned international criticism of China, as well as the threat of the Women’s Tennis Association ( WTA for its acronym in English) to prohibit the Asian country from participating in international competitions.

In parallel with the recommendations of the China Cyberspace Bureau, the China Performing Arts Association withdrew the presence of 88 people from streaming entertainment platforms.

Among those who were censored by the Chinese government were Kris Wu, one of China’s top K-pop stars. The singer was accused of sexual abuse by a 19-year-old girl, who said she was raped by Wu when she was a minor.

In a message, the China Performing Arts Association said that the withdrawal of the 88 people from streaming platforms seeks to “strengthen the self-discipline of the industry.”

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