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Facing the music in China: Taiwanese rock band accused of breaking lip-synching ban

By France24
11 December 2023   |   8:26 am
A Taiwanese rock band denies lip-synching at a concert in China, an offence that could see it pay a fine or even be banned in the country. We speak to Beijing-based journalist Fabian Kretschmer.

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