Why a US-Japanese actress apologised to Chinese audiences
Japanese-American actress issued a video apology to the Chinese fans,
after being accused of charges of anti-Chinese.
The Kiko Mizuhara criticized for liking a picture on social media deemed offensive to China
and claims that appear in the pictures,
which some saw as glorifying Japan’s past military.
Some threatened to boycott the last film in response.
And discuss them for five minutes video posted on Weibo,
widely on the Internet, with many asking why I felt it had to do so.
The picture began circulating on the Internet,
she said to be her, which shows a woman in the Yasukuni Shrine controversial in Japan.
The shrine is seen in China a symbol of Japanese militarism in World War II, also honors war dead, including convicted war criminals.
Another featured a women pose in front of the Sun rise in the Japanese flag, a symbol of imperialism.
Mizuhara also accused of “liking” function in Instagram in 2013, which seems to be an image of the controversial artist Ai Weiwei from someone lifting a finger to Tiananmen Square in China.