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Super Junior’s Song Are Forbidden In China

Some Super Junior songs including “Bonamana”, “No Other”, “All My Heart” and “Short Journey” has been banned from online distribution in China by the Chinese Ministry of Culture.

Just a moment ago, Chinese Ministry of Culture released a list of songs that are illegal and otherwise has not been ‘reviewed’ by the government to ensure that the legitimate songs for distribution. No matter how good shape bought songs distribution through online media, downloading through source songs second or even listen to it online, distribution and downloading the songs are currently declared as illegal action.

Baidu, China’s largest search engine, now has to remove all sources for streaming and downloading songs included in the list.

All sites including personal blogs, websites and social media sites are required to remove all related to the distribution songs the list prior to February 28, 2011 or be subject to legal action.

In addition to Super Junior, kpop artist’s other songs are also prohibited Chaeyeon while non-kpop artists including Christina Aguilera, Jay Chou, Wang Leehom, Fahrenheit and Koda Kumi.

source : PRC Ministry of Culture, koreaboo
credits : sujuelfone.wordpress.com
Posted By : Kim YuRin (allaboutsuperjunior.wordpress.com)

  1. January 16, 2011 at 12:43 pm


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