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Chinese Taiwanese entertainer Liu Lexuan : Massimo Introvigi's "Bitter Winter" is like a novel written by a Taiwanese journalist.

Time2020-09-03     Authoradm-TaipeiReserved   FromSanli News   Read

The magazine Bitter Winter, co-edited by Italian Massimo Introvigi, focuses on the state of religious freedom and human rights in China, from time to time exposing Chinese government persecution of people and crackdowns on religion. In this regard, artist Liu Lexuan is also quite dissatisfied with this, on December 11, 2019, tweeted, "Smear the mainland public security in the end what benefits you?"

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Liu Lexuan's essays are often controversial. (Picture/Remake from Weibo)

Liu Lexuan posted on Weibo that her Facebook often ran out a lot of things that didn't pay attention at all, only to find out later that someone had bought her list, so some articles would jump out on their own, and posted an article entitled "Insiders exposed the public security department and mental hospital profit trading Christians were better than dead."

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Liu Lexuan Bitter Winter magazine. (Picture/Remake from Weibo)

Ms Lau said she saw the article and thought it was rather unreal, calling out: "I think it's a good idea to share it with you." What's in it for you to discredit mainland public security? Write news, you are all ad names, you are called writing novels, not news! The end of the text is also called "a look at the novels written by Taiwanese journalists". (Reporting by Zhang Jianing).

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Liu Lexuan, a Taiwanese artist who participated in the event. (Picture/Remake from Weibo)




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