China-HK Music Competition Participants Must Pay Compensation If They Have Criminal Record or Immoral Behavior | Show biz



Participants in a singing competition organized jointly by China and Hong Kong must ensure that they have a clean criminal record, failing which they must compensate the organizers. AFP photo

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct. 28 Participants in a musical competition program must ensure that they have a clean criminal record when registering for the event, otherwise they will have to pay compensation to the organizers.

The program, called Sheng Sheng Buxi, is jointly organized by China and Hong Kong and sees participants perform classic Hong Kong songs.

The show is co-produced by Mango TV, the Hunan TV channel’s online video platform, and TVB, Global Times reported.

Its objective is to recruit new musicians mastering Hong Kong music and Cantonese songs, with the aim of reviving Hong Kong music.

Registration for the program began on October 19 in Hong Kong and one of the requirements that stood out was that applicants should not have criminal records or immoral behavior.

Speculation is widespread that the requirement was to teach Hong Kong youth to respect laws and social rules.

TVB chief executive Eric Tsang is said to have said that the year 2022 marks the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to China and that TVB will work closely with the mainland platforms and integrate into the region’s development. of the Grande Baie.

This collaboration with Mango TV is the first step, he added.

Tsang noted that Hong Kong rioters affected many young people in Hong Kong and misguided them.

TV channels, he added, should take their social responsibility to provide more positive energy.


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