Actor Zhao Lixin has apologised after an uproar over his comments about the Japanese occupation of China during the second world war. Picture: Weibo. Actor Zhao Lixin has apologised after an uproar over his comments about the Japanese occupation of China during the second world war. Picture: Weibo.
Actor Zhao Lixin has apologised after an uproar over his comments about the Japanese occupation of China during the second world war. Picture: Weibo.

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Actor Zhao Lixin makes apology after uproar over Japanese subjugation of China, saying ‘Chinese blood is in my bones’

  • Film and television star touches raw nerve with Weibo audience and invites backlash with online discussion of suffering in Second Opium War and Japanese occupation
  • Zhao’s apology says ‘Chinese blood is in my bones’

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Actor Zhao Lixin has apologised after an uproar over his comments about the Japanese occupation of China during the second world war. Picture: Weibo. Actor Zhao Lixin has apologised after an uproar over his comments about the Japanese occupation of China during the second world war. Picture: Weibo.
Actor Zhao Lixin has apologised after an uproar over his comments about the Japanese occupation of China during the second world war. Picture: Weibo.
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