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Chinese Host Jin Xing Allegedly Banned From Weibo For Expressing Support For Ukraine

The outspoken transgender host was also slammed for the bold claim that CCTV was pro-Ukraine.

Chinese Host Jin Xing Allegedly Banned From Weibo For Expressing Support For Ukraine

Jin Xing, 54, one of China’s most popular TV hosts, sparked controversy for openly expressing her support for Ukraine.

Mainland artistes have by and large refrained from commenting on the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Not Jin Xing.

On Mar 1, the outspoken host, who is transgender and married to a German, took to Weibo to slam Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

In her post, she alluded that President Vladimir Putin is a “lunatic” and appealed to everyone to “stop the war and pray for peace”.

Jin Xing also attached a screenshot of a female CCTV anchor in a yellow shirt and blue blazer, pointing out that she was supporting Ukraine as she’s in “Ukrainian flag colours”.

"Judging from the colours of Miss CCTV’s clothes, she supports Ukraine. Stop the war and pray for peace," wrote Jin Xing.

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