Australian media broadcast footage of suspected racial discrimination and Chinese community demanded an apology

According to a report compiled by the Australian network, the BBC children’s history comedy program recently broadcast by ABC television is suspected of racial discrimination, which has aroused dissatisfaction among the Chinese community and asked ABC to apologize.

it is reported that ABC me channel aired the second episode of season 6 last Friday night, in which an English actress dressed in traditional Chinese dress played the role of Empress Wu Zetian, the empress of the Tang Dynasty. During the performance, she ate mice, cockroaches and jellyfish to reflect the food culture of the Tang Dynasty in China.

many Chinese Australians believe that this clip has no intention of offending this group, but they are worried that it will lead to misunderstanding of Chinese culture, beliefs and habits, and that their children may be censured and bullied in school.

among them, Kaposi, President of “fair treatment” in South Australia, a non-profit anti racial discrimination organization, said: “I hope ABC can be off the shelves, especially the sixth season. We just don’t think it’s culturally appropriate. We also hope that ABC will have more consideration in the future, considering whether the program is culturally suitable for our children. ” Cai Shaofen stopped pregnancy for the first time. The 4 indexes on the B-ultrasound sheet in the early pregnancy were used to see whether the fetal development was good or not