China celebrity crackdown: Companies and organisations distance themselves from China’s ‘prince of piano’ after accusations he solicited a prostitute

//China celebrity crackdown: Companies and organisations distance themselves from China’s ‘prince of piano’ after accusations he solicited a prostitute

China celebrity crackdown: Companies and organisations distance themselves from China’s ‘prince of piano’ after accusations he solicited a prostitute

Li Yundi, a renowned pianist in China nicknamed the “prince of piano”, has been quickly boycotted and banned from posting online after police announced on Thursday he had been detained on suspicion of soliciting a prostitute.The police statement did not specify how long he would be detained, but, according to Chinese law, soliciting prostitution is illegal and typically leads to administrative detention of between 10 and 15 days. It could be reduced to five days or fewer if the circumstances of…

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